About Barouche


At Barouche, we do not lay claim to any particular culture. Instead, we have created our own unique identity based on our unwavering love for pita: the Pita Republic. Our goal at the Pita Republic is to bring people together in a welcoming atmosphere to savor our homemade pita bread.

These pocket breads are baked in our Barouche Oven and form the cornerstone of our restaurant. Each day, our pitarists prepare the sourdough. After 24 hours of resting, the sourdough is perfectly suited to be baked in our Barouche oven, resulting in a delectable pita bread.

After the baking process, our pocket breads are filled with the finest local and highest-quality ingredients.

All of our sauces are home-made, and we use yogurt to make them light. Our meat is freshly baked a-la-minute, and we also serve falafel and halloumi.

In addition, we offer salad bowls made with roasted cauliflower, hummus, and sweet potato. We also have a variety of delicious side dishes.

At Barouche, we have a philosophy of not frying the food we serve. Instead, we use our Barouche oven to bake our sweet potato wedges and falafel.


We are demanding, we demand nothing less than the best. The best service and the best quality food. We do not take shortcuts.

We are gutsy, we are not afraid of the unknown. We want to surprise you with our pita and flavours.

We are welcoming, we welcome every guest in our Pita Republic. 

We have candour, we say things as they are. Open en frank, friend to friend.