Babes Who Brunch: Nuba Kits

By Laura Collins

Taster Laura Collins

Where Nuba

Neighbourhood Kitsilano

Hair of the dog Forgo the alcohol for delicious chai tea, $2

What we ate The Healthy Wake-Up with mjadra (lentils), sautéed spinach, onions, mushrooms, and peppers, fresh avocado and cherry tomatoes, served with roasted potatoes and bread on the side, vegan and vegetarian friendly. $9

What we loved This bright and inviting atmosphere is perfect for those weekend brush visits. With little nooks and even a second level, this space is big, but feels so cozy and warm. If you’re looking for a brunch menu that is deliciously different than your typical eggs and bacon, this Lebanese restaurant is the place to try. This new brunch menu was launched in November, and is available only at their Kitsilano location on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.


Laura Collins likes people watching from coffee shop windows, drinking wine when she’s forced to cook, and is sure to be caught skipping from meeting to meeting while at work