182 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 now fully vegan, with 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.
6 Ahad Haam, Neve Tsedek, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan-friendly, Ovo, International, Organic, Mediterranean, Beer/Wine, Middle Eastern, Israeli
Restaurant offering an organic menu, in Hebrew and English, and with gluten-free items marked. Fully vegan except at breakfast. Try the big vegan breakfast, an organic salads, Indian thali, or the strawberry crumble dessert. Sit in the main room, the bar area, or at the back patio. On Friday afternoons a jazz ensemble performs.
165 Ibn Gavirol St, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Mediterranean, Fast food, Take-out, Bakery, European, Israeli
Vegan specialty food shop expanded to incorporate a cafe in 2016. Features daily specials plus salads, cheese sandwiches, and burgers. The shop sells a variety of gourmet vegan cheeses, such as cashew-cheddar and macadamia-dried tomato. Also offers prepared cakes and sweets some of which are raw, breads, spreads, olive oil, and granola. Became fully vegan in 2017.
54 Frishman, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Organic, Western, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Middle Eastern, Israeli
Vegan cafe in the city center offering health food with raw and gluten-free marked. Several breakfast options plus salads, sandwiches, mains, and desserts. Makes onsite soy, almond, and rice milk, and there is a little shop selling vegan food.
Abarbanel St 42, Yafo, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Mediterranean, Fast food, Beer/Wine, Middle Eastern, Israeli
Neighborhood bar with design inspired by vapor wave aesthetics and street art. Serves local dishes with a twist, such as falafel and burekas. Full bar of cocktails and beer.
188 Ben Yehuda St, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Indian, Fast food
Vegan Indian street food restaurant specializing in dosas, which are gluten-free pancakes with various filling like potato, sweet potato, and greens. Each dosa order comes with soup, side salad, and chutney. Makes organic desserts using nuts and fruits. Confirmed open, Feb 2018.
41 King George St, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, American, Western, Fast food, Beer/Wine
Vegan diner est. Feb 2017. Offers seitan schnitzel and tofu, shawarma, pizza, burgers and fries, and other fast food. Merged with one of the owner's other businesses, The Shawarma HaTivonit, in October 2017.
7 Levontin, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Pizza, Italian, Take-out
First vegan pizza place in Israel, est. 2014. Makes a cashew-based mozzarella cheese. Uses toppings such artichoke, portobello mushroom, dried cherry tomatoes, calamata olives, roast seitan, baked yam, and veggies.
Aluf Albert Mendler 18 (at Sarona Complex), Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, American, Pizza, Western, Fast food, Juice bar, Delivery, Take-out, Kosher, Israeli
Vegan food restaurants offering a menu of burritos, soup of the day, salads, stir fried dishes, pasta, pizza, lasagna, burgers, smoothies and juices, and cakes. Sells frozen food.
140 Dizengoff St, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, American, Western, Mediterranean, Take-out, Israeli
Offers seasonal food with stews, soups, sandwiches, salads. Saturday's opening time is one hour after shabbat. English menu available. This branch est. 2015 and turned vegan in 2016.
8 Ahad Ha’am, Neve Tsedek, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, International, Mediterranean, Fast food, Salad bar, Juice bar, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Bakery, Middle Eastern, Israeli
Vegan deli with juice bar located next door to its restaurant. Offers hot and cold food for eat-in or take away. Also sells organic produce, baked goods, wine and liquor, and other foods.
30 Lilienblum St, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Beer/Wine, European, Georgian
Restaurant-bar converted to all vegan in 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.
Ibn Gvirol 88, Tel Aviv, Israel
Cuisine: Vegan, Mediterranean, Fast food, Beer/Wine, Take-out, Israeli
Vegan fast food eatery opened 2016 by owner of Hatool HaYarok vegan pizzeria. Serves burgers and kebabs made of soy and mushrooms, and Shawarma made of seitan. Located near Rabin Square in the place where Buddha Burgers was previously. Formerly Rainbow Pitta.
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