Menu is wheat-free, dairy-free, and egg-free, but will serve whole wheat on request. Inexpensive.
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Menu is wheat-free, dairy-free, and egg-free, but will serve whole wheat on request. Inexpensive.
Galilee-style hummus as well as meshawsha, mahluta, hummus-ful, and falafel. Plays hip-hop, reggae, and other music. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
First of its kind vegan cafe to open in the Tel Aviv. Pleasant location in the city center. Owners are vegan and offer healthy food. Raw and gluten-free items are marked. Several breakfast options plus salads, sandwiches, mains, and many desserts. Makes onsite soy, almond, and rice milk, and there is a little shop selling vegan food. Has outdoor seating. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
The second branch of Buddha Burgers franchise, located on a street lined with cafes and restaurants. Seats 20. Similar menu but with a smaller selection: burrito, veggie burger, tofu burger, veggie dog, vegan cheese, baked falafel, sandwiches, salads, and desserts. Inexpensive.
The flagship location Buddha Burgers in Israel, this is an 100% vegan restaurant. Offers a variety of foods such as burritos, veggie burgers, veggie dogs, baked falafel, sandwiches, desserts, breakfast items, and other warm dishes. Features a self-serve salad bar. Seats 50. Inexpensive.
Vegan bar in Florentine neighborhood in South Tel Aviv. Offers American food like burgers, sloppy joe, schnitzel, philly cheese steak, kebabs, and cheesecake. Has outdoor seating. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
Cooperative vegan restaurant/bar and community center in the Florentine area. Also has an art gallery. Hosts music shows, movies, lectures, and workshops. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
Vegan fast food restaurant, since 2012; previously known as The Vegetarian Shwarma. Offers seitan schnitzel and tofu, shawarma, pizza, burgers and fries, and other fast food. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
First all-vegan pizza place in Israel, opened May 2014. Uses cashew-based mozzarella cheese made on the premises. Toppings include: artichoke, portobello mushroom, dried cherry tomatoes, calamata olives, roast seitan, baked yam, and other veggies. Moderate.
Little vegan restaurant in the passage compound at Allenby, since July 2014. Serves local food with salads, sandwiches, stews, and pasta. Coffee served in morning until lunch service begins at 12:30pm. Friday hours are 7am til 1 hour before Shabbat. Has outdoor seating. Cash only. Inexpensive.
This branch opened early-2015. Offers seasonal house-made vegan food like stews, soups, sandwiches, salads. Saturday's opening time is one hour after shabbat. Has outdoor seating. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
Restaurant-bar converted to 100% vegan as of Feb 10, 2014. The owner Nana Shrier herself became vegan just a few months prior. The decor is reminiscent of days of the Csars, and boasts one of the most exuberant bars in the city where patrons of all ages come to dine on the Georgian cuisine, drink, and let loose. A Tel Avivian nightlife experience. Has outdoor seating. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
A small vegan deli and bakery. Offers an assortment of vegan patisserie along with sandwiches, pizza, burek, vegan cheese and spread, frozen and prepared foods for takeaway. Specialty is iced coffee. Has a few seats for eating-in. Has outdoor seating. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
Vegan restaurant run by the Hebrew Israelite community since 1984. Once a small vegan deli, since 2009 it is a restaurant with plenty of air-conditioned indoor seating. Located on busy Ben Yehuda Street in the center of town, they offer food that is vegan, organic, low sodium, natural, and freshly made daily. Extensive menu of hot dishes such as lasagna, tofu dishes and mock meats; also soups, salad combinations, raw dishes, veggie burgers, sandwiches, vegan pizza, and vegan ice cream. On Tuesdays, starting at 12 noon and as long as it lasts, they have a "Food Market" on the premises where you can come and buy food from their menu at reduced prices for takeout, or buy and eat right in the restaurant. Live blues and jazz entertainment Thursday evenings starting at 8 pm - reservations recommended. Check their website for updates about monthly vegan cooking classes in English run on the premises and more. Moderate.
Vegan restaurant serving Ethiopian cuisine, since 2013. Mellow vibe with music played including Ethiopian and jazz. A jazz ensemble performs Monday nights 8:30-11pm. Cash only. Inexpensive.
A 100% vegan sushi bar opened December 2014. Moderate.
Grand open Oct 7, 2014. The Village Green in Jerusalem runs two veg restaurants; this third one is all-vegan. Offers three menus: breakfast, mid-day, and night. For breakfast there pancakes, pastries, scrambled tofu, and more. The mid-day menu includes a hot bar, salad bar, burgers, pizza, quiche, and more. The night menu offers salads, burgers, crispy tofu, tempeh, seitan fingers, and more. A store on the premises sells products like jam, granola, tea, and gift baskets. Has outdoor seating. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Opened by the two sisters and one brother of the Zakaim family in spring 2013. Offers food made from local and seasonal products. The restaurant, built and designed almost entirely by the brothers themselves, is an ecological space where all of the materials, dishes and furniture are secondhand. Try the hand-torn potato chips with house-made ketchup. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Expensive.
Vegetarian Indian Restaurant. Offers Indian thali, chai, and sweets. Cash only. Inexpensive.
One of two branches run by the same family - the other is at 1 Dolphin. Be prepared to wait in line, especially on Fridays, as people from all over come to have its hummus. The humus is made fresh and served with hot pita and raw onion plus different toppings. You are expected to sit, eat, and leave without lingering. The one dairy item is labaneh, which a sour milk-based spread. Inexpensive.
Albi is Arabic for 'my heart.' Alternative, activist vegetarian cafe in colorful south Tel Aviv, accepting of people of all persuasions. A small menu of vegetarian breakfasts, salads, and sandwiches is offered that staff is happy to veganize on request. Selection of vegan cakes and cookies, and soy milk is available for coffee. Comfortable atmosphere. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
Vegetarian cafe located in bustling Levinsky Market. Offers vegetarian and vegan options such as stews, casseroles, sandwiches, soups, salads, and more. Check out the daily specials on the blackboard. Dessert options vary daily. Live music most Saturday nights. Hours on Fridays are 7am until one hour before Shabbat and Saturday hours are 1 hour after Shabbat ends until 1am. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
A local home-style vegetarian cafe with a good vibe and energy. Has several vegan options. Offers daily morning and lunch specials, drink specials during Happy Hour from 6pm-9pm, as well as freshly baked pastries and desserts. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
The place has no written menu but the waitress will always be happy to tell you about the different hummus options, the malawah and the jahnun.
Everything is vegan unless you ask for an egg as a side dish. Has outdoor seating. Inexpensive.
Simple eatery offering Israeli street food like falafel, hummus, salads - all made-in-house. A soy shawarma and hummus available to take-out by weight. The only non-vegan item is hard-boiled egg in some sandwiches which could be omitted on request. Has gluten free pita. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
Cafe in Jaffa (Yaffo) specializing in the Middle Eastern knaffe, a sweet or savory treat made with thin "kada'if" noodles. Many unusual varieties. Vegan options are based on coconut cream. Casual atmosphere. Has outdoor seating. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
Changed to be a vegetarian restaurant in 2014. Has a separate vegan menu with several pastas - including wholewheat pasta and vegan gnocchi - and variety of toppings such as walnuts, olives, and mushroom. Informal fast-food atmosphere with food served in takeaway containers. Wheelchair accessible for outside seating. Friday closes 1 hour before Shabbat. Has outdoor seating. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Small and cozy place with one hummus dish (mashawsha), soup in the winter, special dishes such as eggplants on weekends. Often crowded but worth the wait. Serves mostly vegan menu. Has outdoor seating. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
Vegetarian, mostly organic restaurant in trendy Neve Tzedek neighborhood has a very large selection of vegan items on the menu. Gluten-free items are marked. There are also monthly changing menus that are usually 100% vegan. These are in Hebrew, but the staff will happily translate for you. You can sit in the darker bar area, the light main room, or outdoors on their back patio. There are menus for breakfast, lunch, dinner and desserts, all available in English. Try the big vegan breakfast, one of their huge organic salads, vegan lasagna, Indian thali, and/or strawberry crumble dessert. On Monday evenings starting at 5pm, all the vegan items are half-price! A great place for an intimate dinner for two, or a family get-together. On Friday afternoons starting at 3pm a jazz ensemble performs- recommended to get there early. Its other location at Yarkonim had shut down. Has outdoor seating. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Mostly vegan menu, with mostly gluten-free options. Focuses its meals around fresh vegetables and whole grains, and uses as little oil as possible. Try the signature pistachio cake. Reported to HappyCow to be all veg Oct 2012. Moderate.
Grand open Oct 12, 2014. Organic vegetarian restaurant located in the city center near busy Dizengof Street. Serves salads, breakfast, pasta, and more. Try the quinoa porridge with house-made almond milk. Vegan options marked on the menu. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Vegetarian restaurant on the ground floor of a synagogue, decorated in pastel colors. Offers many vegan options, including sushi, danish, quiche, sandwiches, pasta, hot dishes, grilled "cheese," salad bar. No extra charge for soy milk in coffee. Delivers locally from 10am-12pm. Business lunch available. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
Located in the Levinsky Market in South Tel Aviv, this small bistro (bistaron) offers vegetarian and vegan food from Greek and Turkish cuisine. Vegan items are marked, and there are appetizers, soups, salads, mains (including couscous and shakshouka), and desserts. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
Serves fish, veg options available. Kosher pizza and pasta bar. Can veganize the dishes with vegan cheese for an extra fee. Closed Friday, Saturday but sometimes opens Saturday after shabbat. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Serves meat, veg options available. Restaurant run by chef Avi Biton. Romantic setting with private room available for groups. Has separate vegan menu with several items in each category: appetizers, mains, and desserts. Offers business lunches. NOTE: Extreme animal cruelty is also on their menu. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Expensive.
Serves meat, veg options available. Family place, also runs the nearby Piece of Cake bakery. Offers some vegan foods like a morning shakshuka (no egg), veg shawarma, toast, sandwiches, hummus omelet (no egg), selection of salads. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Serves meat, veg options available. Cafe specializing in Israel's national dish: a simple bowl of creamy humus topped with steaming chickpeas or field (ful) beans, a dollop of tahini, and a light dressing of olive oil, lemon and garlic, served with finely chopped salad and pickles, and traditionally 'wiped' from the plate with warm pita bread. Several types of hummus, and a few salads for vegans. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Serves fish, veg options available. Home-style restaurant, gets crowded at lunch from the surrounding office and blue collar business employees. Vegans could get from the salad bar plus soup, stews, stir-fries, grains, Moroccan hummus, legumes, curries, and other food. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
Serves meat, veg options available. Jazz club in Nahalat Binyamin area. Has vegan items marked on the menu, including stuffed peppers, soup, salads, grilled sandwiches, rice and legume dishes. See facebook for jazz schedule. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Serves meat, veg options available. Restaurant run by chefs Roi Antebi and Orr Barry featuring Levantine cuisine. Aug 2014 reported no longer offering its separate vegan menu. Now menu has around only 3 marked vegan items. Has outdoor seating. Reservations required. Accepts credit cards. Expensive.
Serves meat, veg options available. Tola'at Sfarim Bookstore and cafe with vegan dishes marked on menu in every category with at least 2 vegan dishes offered. The vegan breakfast is served all day which consists of 4 spreads made of various vegetables, nuts and legumes, a chickpea omelet/crepe, salad, coffee made with soy milk, fresh juice, breads and jam. Has vegan brownies and chocolate-chip cookies. Plenty of books to read while you're there (not for loan, and mostly in Hebrew). Has wi-fi. Has outdoor seating. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Serves meat, veg options available. Cafe and bookstore where you can sit with a laptop or borrow a book from the cafe while you are there. Vegan items marked on the menu in every category, including breakfast, salads, sandwiches, mains, and desserts. Free wi-fi. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Serves meat, veg options available. Offers an extensive list of clearly labeled vegan choices including scrambled tofu, muesli yogurt, a burger, seitan and chickpeas dish, and a Belgian waffle. Has outdoor seating. Accepts credit cards. Inexpensive.
Serves meat, veg options available. Somewhat upscale coffee cafe chain with multiple locations, and all have marked vegan and vegetarian items on its menu. Some of the vegan items are "without the meat" or "without the cheese" but in these cases it charges less for the vegan version. There is one vegan breakfast, as well as vegan sandwiches, salads, and pasta dishes. Atmosphere here is subdued and quiet. Menu available in English, free wi-fi. Has outdoor seating. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.
Serves meat, veg options available. Offers a vegan menu that includes breakfast, salad, sandwiches, Italian (pasta, fritatta, pizza), Indian curry, pad thai, burgers, and vegan desserts like banana strudel. Inside the busy Dizengoff Center shopping mall. Special vegan menu available at this branch. Wheelchair accessible. Accepts credit cards. Moderate.