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24 Rupee

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 12 reviews )
Contact 03-6818066

Schocken 14-16 (at 2nd floor), Tel Aviv, Israel,

Vegetarian Indian Restaurant. Offers Indian thali, chai, and sweets. Open Mon-Fri 12:00am-12:00am, Mon-Thu 12:00pm-12:00am, Fri 12:00pm-5:00pm, Sat 12:00pm-12:00am, Sun 12:00am-12:00am, Sun 12:00pm-12:00am.

Category: Lacto, Indian, Beer/Wine, Take-out

Reviews (12)

First Review by A.Z.P.

Satisfactory but not really Indian - Edit

That sums it up. The menu more or less consists of various iterations of Indian "style" thali. I'll say they nailed the samosas, and that's definitely not a bad thing. I was hungry so I ordered the largest thali they had. Although the portions were large, at 58NIS I thought it was a little expensive for the quality and type of food you get.

The environment is peaceful and relaxed - floor seating, shoes off, chill staff, pleasant Indian "style" music (also not authentic, but also not bad!).

Nice enough overall. I could imagine hanging out there and working over lunch.

Pros: Environment, Good-size portions

Cons: Not really Indian!

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great food, great service nice owners - Edit

love coming to this place, been visiting it for many years. its been around for 11 years and it seems to be here to stay.
i recommend special thali samosa and definitely drink chai.

Pros: good food, friendly service, good value

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Avoid: bad food and worse service - Edit

disappointing, since it seemed to be authentic. but wasn't. food was barely indian, expensive for the very cheap food they give and poor, inattentive service.

Cons: food, service, price

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Nice reasonably priced food - Edit

I've eaten there several times. It has a vegan thali at a reasonable price. The yogurt is replaced by tehini. Most of the menu is vegetarian rather than vegan.

The food isn't particularly spicy, though sometimes they have more spicy options (you need to ask...) The staff is always friendly and the service is quick.

They also serve some vegan desserts, including vegan ice cream.
The place is a bit hard to find and you have to go up the stairs and most people takes their shoes off. It's a massive loft space. You'll mostly be sitting on cushions, but there are also some sofas and chairs available.

Pros: spacious, prices, vegan desserts

Cons: needs more vegan options, can be hard to find

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A great place - Edit

As a big fan of Indian food I wanted to go to 24 rupee a long time ago, but only now I got there.
There is the basic tali, which is made of rice, indian bread, daal and two sabzis (vegetable stew).
The special tali is with another dish and crunchy indian bread.
The daal and sabzis are changing every day so although the menu is small you have a different experience each time you go there.
my dessert was a sweet ball cooked in sugar water, it was very good.
It's simple indian food at it's best.
I will definitely come to this place again.

Pros: nice atmosphere, tasty food, friendly staff

Cons: the ingredients are kind of cheap

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Shanti at its best... - Edit

If you like Indian food, then this is a great place for you. Vegans will like the special tali meal. There is also a couple of vegan desserts on the menu. The place is very relaxed and it is nice to sit on the roof on big pillows with friends.

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A pleasent stay - Edit

A young spirited place with one standard dish (vegan) in a reasonable price. The food is simple and good, and most people love just staying on for the relaxed air in which it is served.

Pros: Nice food, Good air

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A for atmosphere, F for food - Edit

I went with a group of friends afterwork. The place is super chilled and is great for kicking back and relaxing. Unfortunatley the food did not live up to the atmosphere. There is only 1 main dish and you choose between the special and regular portions. What you get is tasteless daal (lentils), sabaghi (supposedly vegetable stew), and rice all glopped and slopped onto your plate. (if you get the special you get alittle bowl of tofu and tomatoes which at least has a resemblence of flavor). The samosas were edible but not great (and i was starving) and my girlfriend enjoyed the bagasu cake at the end. After leaving we all agreed that the food was bad (my stomach hurt from it) but that if you just want to chill out with friends over a warm cup of chai (and avoid the food) then this is the place to go!

Pros: Relaxed atmosphere

Cons: Tasteless food, No choices

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