Good vegan food, mainly for take-out
Posted on 10 / 09 / 2013
We came here to eat some kind of lunch, aware that it is not a restaurant, but meant for people to take-out the food. We figured there must be some little spot to eat there, and we were right. A very small counter with a couple of bar stools. There was a nice selection of dishes, all looking very appetizing. I had a quiche (cashew "cheese" with dried tomatoes) and an interesting salad, and it was quite tasty. My spouse had a plate with a selection of different burgers, red rice, zucchini, and some other things that I don't remember. The rice was fine, but nothing special, but everything was quite good. It would be welcome if they would expand and have more of an area to eat there (and a rest room facility). (They had a kashrut certificate, which is unusual for such a place in Tel Aviv - appreciated for those who require it.)
We also went by the following morning at around 10:35 (opening time is 10am) and found that they were not yet ready with many choices of food. We would have taken some sandwiches for lunch that day, but they did not yet have their bread. We would have had a fruit shake of some kind for a late breakfast, but the way the woman who was there then looked to see with what she could make a shake gave the feeling that they were not geared up.
good, vegan cooking
should upgrade to a restaurant, not ready in the am with full selection