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Wardah Restaurant (와르다) / Middle Eastern Halal Foods


Falafel, a deep-fried ball, or a doughnut-shaped patty, made from ground chickpeas with herbs, Middle Eastern chicken and lamb, Kebab, and hummus bread…
To fully enjoy the falafel, one of iconic foods in Middle Eastern countries, spread hummus on your palm, cut the falafel into manageable slices, then mash the slice on the hummus, sprinkle a bit of hot sauce, add some green salad and eat as you would a sandwich. You will quickly learn that you should savor it in at least two bites. The hummus bread is made of Turkish wheat, and prepared fresh by the eatery’s main chef every morning. Here, chicken or lamb kebap, which is now also familiar to local travelers, tastes sensational as well.
Wardah, which is Yemeni for "flower”, opened last year by a Jeju woman and a Yemeni chef (her husband). He was one of 500 Yemeni refugees who flew to Jeju in May 2018. Initially, the female host started this eatery in order to help Yemeni refugees who weren't eating properly during their stay on Jeju. That is why they offer a 30 to 50 percent discount to Yamenis.


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  · Menu: Chicken Kebab 6,000 won, Lamb Soup with Bread or Kabsa 17,000 won, Falafel 12,000 won, Hummus 9,000 won

  · Business Hours: Tue to Sun 12:00~22:00 (Break time 15:00~17:00)

  · Closed on: Mondays

  · Tel: 0507-1417-1470

  · Location: 24-1, Gwandeok-ro 8-gil, Jeju-si

  · Note: Halal, parking (x)

  · Photos by Wardah

  

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Nabil2020-05-17 03:33:55DEL
The owner of the restaurant (Male) has a very bad attitude and the Yemeni workers who used to work at the restaurant and taught him everything had an issue with his bad disrespectful behavior so they talked to him about it and he didn't like it !! And tried to pick a fight with them knowing they can't do anything in return coz of many reasons,
and he started behaving in a very racist way by cursing them and their country Yemen and cursing the Yemeni refugees in general !! Who tought him everything and were very friendly and good towards him ! It's sad to know that those kind of people still around !

Until now his business works using Yemen, Yemenis and Halal names etc.
So for people who cares about Halal food this restaurant isn't your destination coz the chef is not a Muslim! And for those who cares about Morality and humanity it's your choice to go there or not but now you know that it's not a Yemeni restaurant and non Halal for sure !! And you all know what kind of people owns the place who act to be nice !
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