• CLOSED: The Streets - Ibn Gabirol

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Vegan-friendly
Lacto
Ovo
Western
Beer/Wine
Take-out
Israeli
Non-veg

Serves meat, vegan options available. Cafe with multiple locations; this one is frequented by a younger clientele. Lively atmosphere with free Wi-Fi. Marks the vegan choices on the menu. Dogs are welcome. Reported closed May 2023.


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8 Reviews

First Review by Brok O. Lee

Juli13

Points +141

Vegan
07 Dec 2022

Good place for vegans and for working

Love to come here to get some Uni stuff done! They have many vegan options, don't make you pay extra for vegan milk and everything is so tasty!

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Claudèle

Points +77

Vegan
17 Oct 2022

Absolutely delicious

They have many vegan options; I have a constant craving for their falafel and shakshuka sandwich. Their tahini cookies are delicious as well.

TamarSnir

Points +22

Vegan
04 May 2019

Cool spot

Nice ambience. Easy to get to.

TravelVeggie

Points +313

Vegan
07 Dec 2017

cool vibes yummy food

Don’t miss the tofu- bulgur patties. Really yummy and has all you need in a meal.

Delicious kale salad sauce.

Waitresses aren’t pushy, which I like.
You can just come around with a laptop and work.

JesseJMedina

Points +18

Vegan
18 Sep 2017

great service with delicious veg options

Highly suggest the tofu and bulgur balls

Talporat

Points +111

Vegan
12 Aug 2017

Great vegan options. good coffee

One of the first veg. friendly places in Tel Aviv.
Try the vegan burger, lentils salad and truffels for dessert. Has 3 brenches, some open 24/7.

Pros: Good food and coffee, young vibe, wifi

Cons: some dishes are a bit pricey

goldiez

Points +98

Vegan
13 May 2015

Don't miss the vegan burger!

in the center of tel aviv, always full of ppl. lot of vegan options and very yummy! try the vegan burger, also not vegan friends of mine liked it....

Cons: moderate

Brok O. Lee

Points +3380

Vegan
31 Dec 2014

Great for the 20s-30s crowd

This place has a casual urban feel and is generally full - has a mostly 20s and 30s Tel Avivian clientele with an up-to-the-minute playlist. Great place to come with friends, a dog, or a laptop. The vegan options are decent, if not thrilling, but one comes here mainly for the happening vibe. Looking for a quiet early breakfast? 6:30-7:30 a.m. might be the only time of day when this place settles down, but you still might have to request they turn down the music though.

Vegan items are marked VEGAN on the menu - but be careful, because the vegetarian items are marked VEG which might be confusing. The vegan mushroom-tofu burger is delicious, also the vegan burgul patty sandwich. There's a nice vegan chocolate-peanut butter pie for dessert, but it's a bit pricey.

Pros: Lively vibe, Laptop friendly, Dog friendly

Cons: Wait staff sometimes unpleasant




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