Miznon - Ibn Gabirol

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    ( 2 reviews )

Shlomo Ibn Gabirol St 23, Yafo, Tel Aviv, Israel

Serves meat, vegan options available. Casual restaurants founded by Israeli chef Eyal Shani. Serves sandwiches in pita and vegetable side dishes. Has vegan such as the "red" (tomatoes with pickle, onion, techina), the "white" (cauliflower, onion, techina), and falafel burger. Open Mon-Thu 12:00pm-1:00am, Fri 12:00pm-5:00pm, Sat 1:00pm-12:00am, Sun 12:00pm-1:00am.

Categories: Middle Eastern, Israeli, Non-veg

2 Reviews

First Review by eee135

Great food in a pita! - Edit

This place came highly recommended by a local friend. I was not disappointed! The Eggplant pita is orgasmic: roasted eggplant with wonderful seasonings, smothered in tahini sauce, and in way fine pita bread.

You order at the counter (English is fine), where funky music is blaring, people are eating on barstools, everyone working behind the counter is dancing, and someone is loudly yelling out names of people whose orders are ready.

Popular place. This place always seems to be hopping every time I've walked by, day or night.

There is a veggie section on the menu (you can ask for an English menu). It's all vegan if you order without egg.

Plenty of outdoor seating.

Highly recommended.

Pros: Really great vegan options.

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Delicious and Creative Pitas - Edit

Miznon is a must visit for anyone (vegans and meat-eaters alike) exploring the Tel Aviv food scene. The restaurant, offering a variety of sandwiches all served in pitas, has recently expanded the vegetable based options. Among others, there is the 'red' (warm tomatoes), 'white' (cauliflower), falafel burger, ratatouille, etc. Many of the vegetable pitas are also vegan but a few are served with sour cream or with egg. Be sure to specify that you are vegan and they will gladly offer to replace the sour cream with techina. Celebrity chef Eyal Shani's perfect combination of simple ingredients in a pita is what makes the food so special. In addition to the pitas, the restaurant is famous for its cauliflower side dish served whole and roasted.

Pros: Delicious, Reasonable prices

Cons: Not a lot of seating

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