CLOSED: dizi

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 5 reviews )



Ben-Ami Street 13, Tel Aviv, Israel

2014 Owner reported restaurant is now all-veg (removed fish from menu). A local hangout frequented by students and tourists. Serves breakfast and brunch foods including vegetarian soups, tofu patties, Thai curry, coffee. Free Wi-Fi, laptops for rent, and a self service laundromat. Located off Dizenghoff square, in a renovated Bauhaus building. Reported closed to HappyCow, Feb 2015.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, American, Western, Beer/Wine

Reviews (5)

First Review by nightrainbows1111

The food is fine, the service is awafal. - Edit

My friend and I really enjyoed the food, but the waitress was just arrogant and very rude to us.

Pros: Cheap, Nice food

Cons: Rude waitress

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Vegan Salad - Edit

They have a vegan menu.
Ordered the lentils salad alingside tahini. Very tasty.

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no, sorry - Edit

Yes, they have vegan dishes, but that's not cheap and... universal. I mean they use products that are intolerable for my taste: salt cucumbers, onion almost everywhere- and this is cooperated with rice milk and sweet things - all these you can see on one breakfast plate.
But the staff is nice and easy. there's a lot of room equipped quite comfortable.
We will not go there any more, but it mostly depends on one's taste.

Pros: vegan breakfast, staff

Cons: onion!, small portions, small vegan choice

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Limited vegan food at this non vegetarian cafe - Edit

To its credit there are a number of vegetaian items on the menu and the waitress even described the cafe as a vegetarian cafe. But sadly they have tuna and salmon on the menu.

We were told that the Thai Green curry was vegan and so suitable for us. It tasted very good. Also had the avocado sandwich.

They provide free wifi.

Pros: friendly helpful staff, free wifi

Cons: not 100% vegetarian

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Am very happy to have discovered DIZI; only had a red lentil soup with rye bread, but it was a big helping and delicious; the place has great atmosphere, the staff are friendly and, most importantly, it's open on weekends - Friday night, e.g., it was open till midnight ... Is also very central, right off Dizengoff Square ... ...

Pros: good food, good value, friendly staff

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