Bookworm - Mazeh

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    ( 3 reviews )

7 Mazeh St, Tel Aviv, Israel

Serves meat, vegan 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 vegetables, nuts and legumes, a chickpea omelet/crepe, salad, coffee with soy milk, fresh juice, breads and jam. Has vegan brownies and chocolate-chip cookies. Books to read while you're there (not for loan, and mostly in Hebrew). Has Wi-Fi. Open Mon-Thu 8:30am-9:00pm, Fri 8:30am-5:00pm, Sat 9:30am-7:00pm, Sun 8:30am-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Beer/Wine, Middle Eastern, Israeli, Non-veg

3 Reviews

First Review by EMWeis

Very Vegan Friendly - Edit

Dec. 23, 2015

There's a new menu. There is now a nice selection of vegan pastries such as cinnamon and chocolate croissants, and an almond tart. Main dishes include a vegan curry and vegan stuffed pepper, in addition to a sandwich and several salads. The breakfasts are unchanged.

Previous review:
Lovely cafe with a cozy atmosphere. You can sit outdoors or in one of the quaint rooms, one looking out huge windows to the garden. The vegan breakfast (at a very reasonable price considering that juice and coffee with soy milk is included) is one of the best and includes a delicious "omelet" made with chickpea flour, salad, crusty bread, and very unusual and tasty spreads. There are fresh-squeezed juices available, including orange and carrot and you can add ginger as well. Another Israeli breakfast option is "shakshouka," a sizzling pan of tomatoes, peppers and eggplant in a spicy tomato sauce with tofu for vegans or eggs for vegetarians. Breakfast is served all day!

Also, there's a nice selection of interesting salads, and one vegan sandwich. Main courses include vegetarian pasta dishes, and for vegans there's a lentil ragu with either tofu or seitan. The yummy vegan dessert options are chocolate chip cookies or a huge chocolate-peanut butter brownie.

This is a place you can hang out in for a while and they are also laptop friendly. You might want to check out the bookstore too - there's a great selection of art books and more in English.
Updated from previous review on Saturday January 11, 2014

Pros: Vegan croissants, Many vegan options, Laptop friendly

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Really love this place :) - Edit

Lovely restaurant cafe with romantic retro design. the vegan option marked on the menu. the seitan ragu is very delicious so as the fudge. the prices are not very expensive. the staff is very nice and welcoming. the location is just great.
Updated from previous review on Monday October 06, 2014

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cute but nothing exceptional - Edit

The environment here is somewhat impersonal and cold. Though the snacks are tasty, they are very overpriced. Excellent selection of books, however.

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