Vegefied’s Picks for Tel Aviv

Here is Vegefied’s top 5 picks of the best vegetarian friendly spots around Tel Aviv.

Jhoana Carla de Toro

Jhoana Carla de Toro

Updated: 28 February 2019

Tel Aviv has a very laid-back lifestyle which help draw more than 3 million visitors annually. Residents and tourists enjoy finding the best espresso, basking in the sun, and partying all night long. If you are into culinary pursuits and sampling the very best dishes the city has to offer; you have come to the right place as this modern-day Hebrew city is home to innovative restaurants that serve tasty and delicious food, as well as a substantial vegan scene!

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Guests who have been to Tyo reflect that the restaurant offers the best sushi in town. This Japanese lounge bar located on Montefiore Street looks like any other home from the outside, but it has so much more to offer. Tyo boasts of an assortment of both classic and specialty rolls, nigiri, tempuras, yakitori, and Tamaki. The medley of flavors and the freshness of the ingredients used will keep you coming back for more, or at the very least, recommend it to your friends. Tyo has both indoor and outdoor seating to cater to your needs. If you are looking forward to watching the sunset, then pick a spot in the balcony. However, if you want a more Japanese-restaurant feel, the indoor seating should suffice.

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Zakaim is at the center of the vast vegan scene in Tel Aviv. All the produce they use on their dishes are freshly and locally sourced and lovingly prepared in the kitchen. The menu offerings have a Persian twist and the vegetables, nuts, fruits, and herbs they use change on a daily basis, depending on what is available. Established by three Persian brothers, one of whom is the chef, Zakaim has succeeded in creating combinations of flavors each cooked only once ordered to give it unparalleled freshness.

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Days spent basking on the beaches of Tel Aviv beg for tacos. Fortunately, the city is bustling with restaurants, and cafes and Taqueria is one place where you can go to get your fill of Mexican food. Walking into Taqueria means being met by an aroma of fresh food and vibrant colors. There is a range of menu options available, from meat to vegan and some of the star recipes to try are the quesadillas, tacos, and burritos. Don’t forget the killer margarita too!

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Opened in 2014, The Green Roll is a vegan sushi restaurant which offers a variety of sushi rolls, as well as other options such as dim sum, salads, dumplings, and combination plates. Flavor, freshness, and presentation take center stage, and are very much appreciated by patrons.

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Rustico offers a casual dining atmosphere which is perfect for a relaxed meal with friends or family at reasonable prices. The restaurant never fails to disappoint with their top-quality pizza and plates of pasta. Rustico is so well-loved that it has three different locations in the center of Tel Aviv. When dining in the restaurant, choose the fancier dishes such as the penne napolitana with fire-roasted eggplants served with mozzarella di bufala and pesto, instead of the typical Italian favorites.

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