Nuba / Vancouver

207 W Hastings St at Cambie St Vancouver V6B 2N4
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 11:30 - 16:00
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 17:00 - 21:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:30 - 16:30
Fri, Sat 17:00 - 22:00
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Tips from the Net @ Nuba
Naika Jasmine en
Great food. Small portions on certain items. I got the spiced prawns. It was only 5 prawns for 15$. It did taste really good. The stuffed eggplant dish is very filling and a decently sized meal. GooglePlace - July 2017
Becca Mosbarger Moreno en
What incredible Lebanese food! The atmosphere is romantic and cozy and the staff is beyond welcoming and friendly. We visited Vancouver for our honeymoon and Nuba was the only restaurant we visited more than once because there was so much more on the menu we just had to try. Thank you for offering delectable vegan options! GooglePlace - July 2017
Ian Keltic en
I love this place. A coworker recommended it to me, so I decided to give it a shot and took a group of friends there on a night out. The entrance itself was very nice, and I liked how it has sort of an underground feel. The food was amazing, all my friends loved it. The atmosphere of the place was enjoyable as well. Will definitely be coming back here. GooglePlace - July 2017
Avs Tiger en
Great casual vibe. Friendly service. Four of us went for dinner.... no reservation but they seated us right away. The bone-in chicken dish was yummy...good roast on the skin. Eggplant dish was fabulous but the salad that case with it had too much dressing.. two of us shared a platter... wonderful array of tastes but unless you are super hungry is too much food...two of us got desserts, which were outstanding... you would obviously expect that with the baklava but the coconut rice pudding with rose jelly was both unexpected and delightful...good Turkish coffee also. GooglePlace - July 2017
Trevor Chow-Fraser en
Amazing Lebanese tapas and some really interesting vegetarian dishes I hadn't tried before. Our table loved the cauliflower dish and the vegetable stew. Good accomodation for gluten-free diets (they provided lettuce wraps to replace pita). The pita was whole wheat--not as tasty as the thick white pita I like, but healthier I guess. They were also very patient with the kids. GooglePlace - July 2017