130 Vegan / Vegetarian Friendly Restaurants
3, Lilienblum (at Neve-Tsedek area), Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Pizza, Organic, Raw, Western, Juice bar, Take-out
Offers a menu of drinks and food which are 100% vegan, some raw, and mostly organic. Find green juices and smoothies, almond milk shakes, raw soups, acai-granola bowl, wheatgrass shots, raw desserts, kale salad, tabouleh-falafel platter, sandwiches, and veggie sushi. Moved to this space in 2014 from Shabazi St.
97 King George, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Pizza, Western, Take-out, Bakery, Middle Eastern, Israeli
A vegan deli and bakery featuring an assortment of patisserie along with sandwiches, pizza, burek, cheese and spread, frozen and prepared foods for takeaway. Specialty is iced coffee. Small and cozy with a few seats for eating-in.
165 Ibn Gavirol St, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Western, Mediterranean, Israeli
Vegetarian specialty food shop expanded to include a cafe in 2016. Menu offers daily specials, a burger, salads, and various vegan cheese sandwiches. Shop sells a variety of vegan cheeses such as cashew-cheddar, macadamia-dried tomato; prepared cakes and sweets some of which are raw; breads, spreads, olive oil, granola, and more.
54 Frishman, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Organic, Western, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Middle Eastern, Israeli
Vegan cafe in the city center. Owners are vegan and offer healthy food. Raw and gluten-free items 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.
188 Ben Yehuda St (at Jabotinski St), Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Indian, Fast food
Vegan Indian street food place opened by the owner of Alegria and Boazu (which closed Apr 2016). Serves South Indian dosa, which are gluten-free pancakes with fillings like potato, sweet potato, and greens. Soon to add a Mediterranean dosa as well. Each dosa comes with soup, a small salad, and chutney. Organic desserts offered.
Vital St, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Middle Eastern
An all-vegan place serves healthy food, made-in-house fresh daily. Located in Florentin neighborhood in south Tel Aviv.
Tchernikhovski 2 (at Alenbi), Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Mediterranean, Fast food, Take-out, Middle Eastern, Israeli, Kosher
Simple place offering falafel plus coated fried potatoes, and gluten-free dishes including pizza.
Ibn Gavirol 189, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Middle Eastern, Israeli
Falafel Mevorach is a family business, offering 100% vegan street food including falafel, hummus, vegan shawarma, vegan kebab, vegan schnitzel and vegan Jerusalem mix.
King George 81, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, American, Pizza, Fast food, Take-out, Middle Eastern, Israeli
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.
7 Levontin, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Pizza, Italian, Take-out
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.
48 Ibn Gabirol, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Mediterranean, Israeli
Opened late-Feb 2016 a vegan deli and tapas bar by former the chef/owner of Maavar-Passage.
140 Dizengoff St, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, American, Western, Take-out
This branch opened early-2015. Offers seasonal house-made food like stews, soups, sandwiches, salads. Saturday's opening time is one hour after shabbat. English menu available. Reported fully vegan, Oct 2016.
30 Lilienblum St, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Beer/Wine, European, Georgian
Restaurant-bar converted to all vegan in Feb 2014. The decor is reminiscent of days of the Tsars, and boasts one of the most exuberant bars in the city where patrons come to dine on the Georgian cuisine and drink -- a Tel Avivian nightlife experience.
Ibn Gvirol 88, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Mediterranean, Fast food, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Israeli
Located near Rabin Square in the place where Buddha Burgers was previously, completely vegan fast-food restaurant opened recently under the management of the owners of "Hatool HaYarok" vegan pizzeria. Serves burgers and kebabs made of soy and mushrooms, and Shawarma made of seitan. Formerly 'Rainbow Pitta', notified of name change in November 2016.
Chlenov 27, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Ethiopian, African
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.
106 Bograshov St, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Western, Juice bar, Take-out, Middle Eastern, Israeli
This is its 2nd outlet opened Aug 2015; the first location is in Kfar Saba. Offers vegan breakfast, salads, sandwiches, hot dishes, and desserts. Has a juice bar with wheatgrass and shakes. Some prepared food for grab n go.
Montifiori 30, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Japanese, Fast food, Juice bar, Sushi
Vegan sushi bar opened Dec 2014. Offers fresh organic juice and raw desserts as well.
Simtat Beit HaSho'eva 20 (at Alenby 98), Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Western, Beer/Wine, Bakery, Israeli
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.
Schocken 14-16 (at 2nd floor), Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Lacto, Indian, Beer/Wine, Take-out
Vegetarian Indian Restaurant. Offers Indian thali, chai, and sweets.
81 King George, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Middle Eastern, Israeli
Galilee-style hummus as well as meshawsha, mahluta, hummus-ful, and falafel. Plays hip-hop, reggae, and other music.
14 Shivtei Israel St, Jaffa, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Take-out, Middle Eastern, Israeli
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.
8 HaGdud Haivri Street (at Derech Jaffa), Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, American, Israeli
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.
64 Ibn Gvirol (at opposite Rabin Square), Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Organic, Fast food, Take-out, Middle Eastern, Kosher, Israeli
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. Previously known as Hippo Falafel.
Nahalat Binyamin 31, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Buffet, Take-out, Israeli, Kosher
Open since 1962. Sometimes has soymilk option but need to call ahead to check. The name and menu are in the window in Hebrew.
49 Levinsky St, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, American, International, Take-out, Israeli
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.
Beit Eshel 13, Jaffa, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, American, International, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Delivery, Take-out, Bakery, Middle Eastern
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.
191 Ben Yehuda, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, Take-out, Middle Eastern, Israeli, Yemenite
Small restaurant offering home-style food made on the premises. There is hummus with toppings like mushroom and pine nuts, soup, salad, and a soy-based "malabi" dessert. Vegans be sure to mention that you only want vegan (tivoni) dishes; some items contain egg. No charge for soy milk, and you could get its special sauces and olives to take away.
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