Nuba

November 5, 2011.

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Nuba Gastown – 207 W Hastings St 604-688-1655
Nuba Seymour – 1206 Seymour St at Davie | 778-371-3266
Nuba 3rd Ave – 146 E 3rd Avenue | 604-568-6727
Nuba Kitsilano – 3116 West Broadway | 604-336-1797

Web: www.nuba.ca | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

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Key People

Victor Bouzide – Director
Ernesto Gomez – Director
Heriberto – Director
Darragh McFeely – Restaurant Development Manager

About Nuba

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Often regarded as one of the world’s healthiest cuisines, Lebanese food combines the sophistication and subtleties of European cuisines with the exotic ingredients of the Middle and Far East. Whichever location you visit, the food will be steeped in history. While the cornerstones of our menus remain unchanged for over a century, many recipes have evolved through time and travel, into a beautiful balance of traditional and contemporary cuisine. The spirit of tradition runs deep at Nuba but not at the expense of our genuine desire to provide all our guests with a new and exciting dining experience. This is what makes Nuba authentic. At Nuba we seek the freshest produce, local and organic when available, and handpick it daily. Our meats are local, hormone free and Halal and we select sustainable fish and seafood through our Oceanwise certified suppliers.

Nuba Restaurant has grown to become one of Vancouver’s most loved and unique dining experiences. Nine years from its birth, Nuba has a number of locations that offer our authentic cuisine in harmony and rhythm with modern times. Our little nook on Seymour St is a hot spot for our famous pita wraps and plates, while the Flagship Nuba in Gastown, with an atmosphere inspired by Beirut in the 1940’s, offers the same great lunch fare and evening menus that take the Nuba experience to the next level. By day, Café Nuba on 3rd Avenue has the soul of a 1970’s Lebanese roadside café; by night, its bar menu pairs beautifully with its casual, candle lit atmosphere. Nubas latest incarnation at The Waldorf Hotel, shows that with our philosophy of great food and service coupled with our strong sense of community, sustainability and morality, Nuba can be great anywhere. We can also take the Nuba experience into your boardroom or home with our catering services, and Nuba is the perfect place to book a lunch or evening for a group of friends as we provide great sharing menus that cater to a wide range of tastes and dietary restrictions.

The sights and sounds of our rich and dynamic atmospheres lend beautifully to the many moods and occasions of our guests. Let us present you with our unique and truly welcoming approach to eating, socializing and relaxing.

Share Food. Share Life. Share Nuba.

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