I tried Source's hommus with a toasted panini, and it was just about perfect. The hommus is very fresh-tasting, and has a very nutty chickpea flavour. The garlic is very understated, which I think is good for such a mild hommus. Interestingly there's no tahini here, which makes for a much lighter flavour, and is a feature of another fantastic cafe hommus that we'll be reviewing soon. Maybe there's something to this no-tahini idea. Because this is a freshly-made hommus, there's no need for preservatives like vinegar or (loads of) salt, so there's a really delicious lightness to it.
Texture-wise, the hommus is very solid. I'd guess that this is because in the cafe they use hommus to spread on bread for a couple of the cooked breakfast dishes, and the fantastic tempeh burger. A runnier hommus probably wouldn't work for that sort of use.
Overall, this is one of my favourite hommuses, and I'll be asking for it again. The only problem is that the dish as I had it - just a bowl of hommus with a lemon wedge and toasted panini - isn't on the menu! Hopefully the next menu update will change that.
4.75 chickpeas out of 5.