Where to Eat Locally-Sourced, Plant Based Flats in Ridgewood

Worldflats opened about a month ago and has quickly became a favorite spot for a teens and families looking for a quick, healthy bite in town. In 2017, owners Nvair and Zareh Beylerian made the choice to become vegetarian and eat only plant-based food, not only for the health benefits, but for its global impact. This mission is reflected in their menu. They are committed to serving food that is good for the planet, healthy, and delicious. WorldFlats locally sources produce when available from farms in and around northern New Jersey.



Worldflast serves up salads and 10″ inch vegetarian flatbreads (similar to a pizza) that can be eaten flat or folded like a wrap. Each flatbread is topped with fresh veggies, spices, and a choice of plant-based proteins. Their menu reflects flavors from around the globe like the Vietnamese-inspired Banh Mi with red bean and ginger spread on a flatbread with pickled daikon and onions, cabbage, scallions, and carrots or the Yerevan served with white cheese, arugula, warm dried figs and roasted red and yellow tomatoes with a fig balsamic glaze.

And leave room for dessert. Treat yourself to a vegan or gluten-free chocolate chip cookie, almond honey cake or chocolate-filled churros.

worldFlats, 134 East Ridgewood Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ

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