Razan’s Organic Kitchen:
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Yelp: Razan’s Organic Kitchen
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Razan’s used to be a food truck parked on the edge of the UC Berkeley campus, offering tasty burritos with fresh ingredients such as spinach and basil and grilled veggies. Now that Razan has opened up in a permanent spot, the fresh veggies have a prominent place on a menu that is not strictly vegetarian, but is all organic: the meat, the veggies, the olive oil used to fry the potatoes, and even the ketchup. Check out grilled salmon and homemade French fries as well as chicken, veggie, and beef fajitas and a mushroom burrito, to name a few. One filling favorite at this tiny slip of a restaurant is the chicken shish-kabab wrap, a tasty combination of grilled chicken, sesame tahini, grilled veggies, and yogurt.
East Bay Express: Best of the East Bay:
Best All-Organic Restaurant, 2001:
Razan’s Organic Kitchen
AOL City Guide: Best Healthy Restaurant:
Razan’s Organic Kitchen
Thimmakka: Certified Green Business
Non-GMO Project: NonGMOProject.org
Bay Area Green Business
Razan’s Organic Kitchen, 2119 Kittredge St.: Choose between organic Mediterranean fare and healthy versions of a burrito. Choices include baba ghanoush served with toasted pita bread, falafel and tofu, beef, chicken or fish shawarmas. Burritos include one made with wild salmon, rice, beans, sour cream and salsa.
Michael Bauce, Berkeley: Razan’s Organic Kitchen on Kittredge Street in Berkeley. It’s the only place in town that serves simple food, prepared healthfully. I also appreciate the home-styled, community atmosphere — a rarity in the modern dining experience. — Friday, April 25, 2003
“…Of the many places to eat lunch at in downtown Berkeley, the following are five of the best…. Razan’s Organic Kitchen serves mouthwatering food, but for a pretty penny. Located on Shattuck and Kittredge, Razan’s is a locally-owned business that serves exclusively organic food. It uses high-quality ingredients to make some of the best tasting food in the downtown area. Some of the most popular dishes on the menu are the Jerusalem wrap, the Egyption wrap and the chicken burrito. The only downside is the price one must pay for the quality organic fare — a wrap, for example, sells for around eight bucks. Razan’s Organic Kitchen serves a mixture of Middle Eastern and Mexican food at a ”split it with your friends” price.” — Christina Bull, staff writer