234 Loyola Ave suite 100b stall 2, New Orleans
Love that there is another 1000 Figs (miniature version) in town- especially as a work-lunch option!
So great! I'm glad that my friend and I ventured out and tried something new for us yesterday. Little fig is located at the very left of Pythian market when you enter from Loyola street side. They have to-go options in their open fridge and they sell couple of their goodies on the other side. While all the other vendors somewhat share the dining area, Little fig has about 4 tables dedicated for their customers. I found this very useful as my friend and I wanted to chat and it did provide some privacy and quietness away from the main dining area. We both ordered platters. Mine was chicken and hers was Falafel one. We both could not stop saying how beautifully plates were curated and how everything on the plates were so amazing. Chicken was so tender and well seasoned. It was served on the bed of rice along with hummus (which they gladly customized as it originally comes with Tzatziki and I am dairy-free) and a portion of slaw. I found the food portion to be perfect. Falafel platter was visually more appetizing though! It came with Kale salad and bread in lieu of my slaw and rice. My eyes were pretty pleased so I really cannot wait to try Falafel platter next time I step into Pythian market. They seemed to have great selection of platters, as well as snack/appetizer type of dish you can munch on. I saw that they had lentil soup so that on my list of things to try as well... Cheers!
I ordered a takeout falafel platter which I ate 10 minutes later and was extremely disappointed. The falafel was burnt on the outside and way undercooked on the inside. The humus had a terrible consistency, no chickpea taste and was way too heavy. It basically tasted like tahini. The kale salad was good as were the small sauces they included: The harisa (green pepper sauce) was very smooth and well seasoned, though it could have been a little hotter, and the small sides of tahini .and whipped feta were also good. It is located in a small food hall with about 10 other restaurant stalls.
I'm not a big Mediterranean food fan, but as most similar restaurants, the food and sauces are always simple and freshly cooked.
I was blown away by how good this food is. My lentil soup was amazing and the various hummus dishes and specials are so satisfyingly delicious, the flavors sing! In harmony.
Stopped by on a Sunday. I got the falafel plate, I think everything was vegan, but I could be wrong. The falafels were delicious and flavorful. I loved that they had the sourdough bread. I made my own falafel sandwich by spreading the hummus on the bread and crushing a couple of falafels on top. The little kale salad was surprisingly better than I expected. Would definitely come back.
Great food. The meze spread is a huge amount of food. Totally worth checking out
Excellent food. Very cool atmosphere. Highly recommend - better than most Mediterranean places in NOLA.
Love the atmosphere and the food. The lamb tagine is unbelievable. The service was fast and friendly. Nice selection of drinks including coke in glass bottles which I love! I can't wait to go back.
Absolutely delicious chicken and mujadara. I knew this dish would be delicious just by the smell, home cooked taste
Can I just say DELISH!!!! Clean, healthy foods with the cutest atmosphere located right inside the market center. The falafel plate was to die for! We were accommodated with extra veggies in the place of pita bread as some of us had gluten allergies. The kale ane beet salad was absolutely delicious. Very fresh tasting, fast, clean food which is hard to come by! Keep up the great work!
The girl with colored hair was rude and the food was bland, Ill stick to real Mediterranean food
This little establishment is located in Pythian Market and did not disappoint! I had the falafel plate that was a generous portion of falafel, hummus, fig slaw and a kale, beat and goat cheese salad. Each item was fresh, flavorful and well presented. And all at a reasonable price by NOLA standards! I wish I had found this place earlier in my weeklong stay. I would definitely go again!
Lentil soup exceeded my expectations!
Loved everything about this place inside Pythian Market. I ordered the chicken platter which came with a lot of food for $12 - a scoop of perfectly seasoned chicken in warm curry sauce, beet salad, kale salad, slaw, tzatziki, and some delicious homemade bread. The aromas and flavors melded so well, and I was truly astonished by how much food was included for the price! Best part: it was served in a compostable to go container, and when I took the empty container back into Little Fig to ask if they'd compost it for me, they did :) Love this gem, cant wait to try the falafel next time!
Best lunch option around! All of their food is supremely flavorful--the chicken kebab plate blew my mind with so many the incredibly intense and delicious flavors! The focaccia on the side is great lagniappe. Definitely the best option in the Pythian Market--a lot of food for a good value, so delicious, and healthy too! And you can pick up some nice odds and ends on their market shelves (including my favorite local jam).
Incredible falafel. So crispy and well fried on the outside. So flavorful on the inside. Also, love the sides that come with the plate as well as the hummus. Full of flavor. Decent price and in the Pythian Market which is a cool place to come hangout and grab a drink especially during Happy Hour from 4-7 I believe Sister restaurant of 1000 Figs. My 1 ding against the restaurant is that I went in on a Friday evening once and my wrap that I ordered was essentially cold aside from the chicken aside
Small but has much to offer such as hummus. cured meats. cheeses, honey. candy almonds, olive oils and more
Great little place with a very friendly staff located just inside ,and to the left, of the Loyola Ave entrance of Pythian Market. Second location by 1000 Fig people but diffent. Smaller but very good menu and also cured meats, candied almonds, olive oils and other bulk items. It has it's own little space so you're out of the craziness of the "food court " seating of the other vendors, although you can get a seat there if you want. The lamb and pork hummus was very good and other dishes going out looked excellent too.
234 Loyola Ave suite 100b stall 2, New Orleans, LA 70112