Nanuchka

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 33 reviews )
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30 Lilienblum St, Tel Aviv, Israel

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. Open Mon-Sun 12:00pm-5:00am.

Categories: Vegan, Beer/Wine, European, Georgian

33 Reviews

First Review by Brok O. Lee

Georgian Vegan - Edit

A lovely, totally vegan restaurant in a quiet setting, right in the middle of Tel Aviv.

Pros: Tasty food, Friendly staff, Comfortable setting

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Yum - Edit

We loved our time here, the food was so really good. The dumplings and adjoining sauces were so tasty, light and perfectly seasoned. We also had the Pilaf dish, rice and beans, which was homely, rich in flavor, without being too heavy. We ordered a few dishes and shared which was perfect. Our waiter was lovely and the decor was definitely something to look around at and chat about. Our desserts were so yummy. The cheesecake was fluffy and perfection, don't know how else to describe! And we had a type of yogurt dessert with berry sauce. Also the price is a bit high, but I think it's worth it, for a night out with your partner or friends (even non vegan). Will definitely go again. Want to go through all the menu!

Pros: Great flavors, decor and service

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Delicious Georgian food. - Edit

Great vegan food. Original tastes and nicely served. The service ( SHANI ) is very good and friendly. All the dishes we took were very tasty. The place itself has nice decoration and design . Great restaurant. Decent prices and amazing food.

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SUPER YUMMY COZY FUN PLACE - Edit

Highly recommend to go even with non-vegan friends for a nice drink and amazing vegan Georgian food.

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Very expensive - Edit

Didn’t like at all. Overpriced with a service that could and should be better.

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nice and cozy with delicious food - Edit

Delicious vegan food 😃👋🏻

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lovely surroundings, big portions - Edit

Lovely bar and vegan restaurant in Lilienblum Street not far from Rehov Rothschild, in the city’s upmarket district. The interior of the restaurant is very eclectic and very avant-garde likewise the international clientele. When we were there the restaurant was visited by an Indian film crew.
The food is lovely but the portions are enormous. We had a starter a main and dessert and we were full.
The dishes could be lighter and we missed fat free options on the menu. I hope Nanuchka will put some light Georgian food on the menu in the future. The maleby was lovely.

Pros: the lovely atmosphere.

Cons: heavy dishes.

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What a delicious treasure chest - Edit

We had the mushroom dumplings, the braided artichokes, the pomegranate vinegar salad and two deli shouts desserts and couldn't be happier to find such unusual and delicious food during our Israel trip. Also the Georgian wine was superb. Cannot wait to come back!

Pros: Georgian vegan food, hello?!, Beautifully decorated restaurant, Vegan dumplings!

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Splendid - Edit

I am very glad for being the ambassador of Happy Cow in Athens, Greece because thanks to that, my friends and I were invited by the lovely ambassador in Tel Aviv, to have dinner here.

The appetizers, Georgian bread, plate with many different salads and aubergine something were all delicious!

Their wine was also very good!

Hearing that we only came for the march for animals rights, they offered us a second bottle of wine at the end!

We also loved the belly dancer who was thrilled to see that my friend knew how to dance because she was also a belly dancer in the past!

We had a very good time and we also loved the paintings on the walls. Very sophisticated and they reminded us of the cards of our favorite table game, Dixit!

Pros: Hospitality, Variety, Live music

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LOVED IT - Edit

Not only was the food delicious, but the service was incredible. I'm talking Canadian-level of good. The staff was patient, attentive, and friendly. I even got to have a nice conversation with the owner. My lunch had a really cute name. Something like The Little Chicken Who Got Saved. Definitely recommend this place for the food and the service. 10/10

Pros: food, service

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True vegan restaurant - Edit

I can't give enough praise for this restaurant which turned vegan several years ago after the owner became vegan. Nanuchka combines delicious vegan Georgian food with a really fun ambiance. This restaurant is a must visit for all vegans in tel aviv. Only downside, the food is a little expensive and portions are not large.

Pros: Food, Ambiance

Cons: Portion size

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Colorful and happy - Edit

The space is used very thoughtfully.
Service was perfect including the newest member of the staff. Food very good, but mostly not suitable for those who try to avoid gluten. I tried, unsuccessfully... Will definitely come back

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awesöme georgian food - Edit

The Menu is awesome. So much to chose! It's georgian and all vegan. You should also try the cocktails! Loud music playing, so maybe not for anyone the best place for dinner.

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Very good, but not "chef food" - Edit

I like the food there a lot, especially the desserts are absolutely amazing. The 3 layered chocolate dessert might be the best dessert I ever had. Nevertheless, the main dishes are really good but too expensive for what you get. The prices promise "chef" food and what you get is solid home food. Anyway, recommended to try.

Pros: Desserts, Amtmosphere

Cons: Prices

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Amazing!! - Edit

We loved this place for the amazing food and selection, they have a lot to offer. We went with a group of people and then we all shared our meals it was a great way to experience many of the wonderful dishes. We loved everything and the chocolate dessert and halva cake we're really delicious. A great experience all around from the food to the place and staff.

Pros: amazing food, relaxed place and staff

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I love that place - Edit

the food, the vibe. i recommend to go and enjoy everything that place has to offer :)

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Has everything you're looking for in a pub. - Edit

We stumbled across this place by accident and decided to go in for a drink. We then ended up going back several times for the food. The menue is simply amazing and absolutely unique in Tel Aviv.

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Excellent,superb Amazing ects - Edit

Never disappointed this is my favorite of all.
Loved it before love it more now can't wait to come back for another amazing dinner and atmosphere highly recommended!

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Vegan delights. - it won't let you down - Edit

Thinking about going Vegan? Well, Nanuchka's amazing cooking and presentation will allow this transition with no effort.

This is a Georgian vegan restaurant and the staff and food are just incredible. For any vegan or vegetarian visiting Tel Aviv, this is really a place you must not miss.

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Very good vegan place - Edit

I love this place

Pros: Unique

Cons: Very Crowded on weekends

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Atmosphere and vegan food! - Edit

As soon as we walked in, I was excited to eat here. It has a vintage feel. We came for lunch. The menu ranged from 53-64 shekels. With each dish you get a bread, salad, and drink. My husband and I ordered 2 dishes (cutleti and khatchapoiri), and we were not able to finish everything. Both dishes were delicious. I would order than again, but it seems like there is a lot to try here. Outdoor and indoor seating. Seems like a fun place to come with a group and try more dishes.

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cool dark atmosphere - Edit

Good food, but portions too small and a little bit overpriced in my opinion. I was surprised by the fake caviar. cool atmosphere.

Pros: nice atmosphere.

Cons: prices

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Perfect - Edit

food is amazing (check out the chinkali with spinach and nuts!), beautiful atmosphere, very special. everything about this place is pure goodness :)
go Nana!
Updated from previous review on Sunday October 18, 2015

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excellent - Edit

A real hidden gem, tucked away from the busy streets. Food, service and atmosphere all perfect. Highly recommended.

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original vegan mains and desserts - Edit

Lively atmosphere with eclectic decor and belly dancing. Highlights for us were some of the mains: the pilaf and the love balls were very well seasoned! Desserts were very nice too especially the parfait and the chocolate fingers. Appetizers were underwhelming.

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Wow!Wow!Wow! - Edit

Amazing, amazing food. Dozens of choices for vegans. Use of spices is nuanced and unique. A must visit.

Pros: Food is TERRIFIC, Atmosphere is relaxed and decorative , Service is excellent

Cons: NONE!!!!

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Excellent food, a delight for vegans - Edit

There are really few truly vegan restaurants in Israel. I even had one question about this one, but since I didn't order that item, forgot to ask - one menu item has some kind of yogurt dressing, and if it is real yogurt, then it is the one non-vegan menu choice. So check, if you need. There are many vegetarian or vegetarian and fish restaurants in Israel, which typically are very big on eggs and cheese, and the fresh pasta also has eggs, so we came specifically to enjoy a vegan restaurant with a unique menu - Georgian cooking. Three of us dined, and we each chose a different "business meal", which you can have until 5pm. The business meal is definitely a good deal. The bread and salad served with these meals were excellent, and each of us enjoyed the main dish we chose (stuffed vegetables, stuffed round zucchini, and a spinach/tofu pastry), and each was served nicely with tasty additions. My stuffed zucchini had some pureed vegetables as a base, which were spiced very nicely. All the spices, in fact, were very tasty. We ordered a dessert (after all, we were celebrating a birthday), not included in the business meal, and that was a bit pricey. They were chocolate fingers (the choice of the guy with the b'day), and I thought they were on the "too sweet" side.
They could spiff up the rest room - not as clean as would be nice, and could use more lighting. Also, given the number of seats in the restaurant, a second one would be helpful The acoustics could be improved, as well, but otherwise, the atmosphere was pleasant, and the wait staff very helpful and pleasant.
I would like to see them offer whole grain options: whole grain bread, brown rice, etc. The bread, pastry dough, rice, etc. were all white flour, white rice.

Pros: Great food, reasonable business meal, helpful wait staff

Cons: rest room not great

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Brok O. Lee 19 Mar 2015 - Hi,

The yogurt served at Nanuchka is vegan! It is a 100% vegan restaurant. And FYI, there are 17 all-vegan restaurants in Tel Aviv, and the number is growing. :)  


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