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Four under the radar vegan Tel Aviv restaurants

Because there’s more to local vegan life than Anastasia...

© Anatoly Michaello

Whether vegan, vegetarian, or simply a weekend stroller, the endless lineup that curls around Tel Aviv’s booming vegan restaurant, Anastasia, and fizzles out somewhere near Dizengoff says it all: Tel Avivians love their meat-free cuisine. Not everyone has three hours to spare for sprouts and superfoods though. That’s why Time Out ventured on a journey to find the top under the radar vegan spots mixing up everything from vegan “Love Burgers” to seitan-based shawarma and even “ice-cream.” Say goodbye to Tony Vespa’s sad excuse for vegan pizza, and say hello to pure, unadulterated vegan joy.

Four awesome Vegan restaurants in Tel Aviv

1

Shuffle Bar

This easygoing pub features music tastefully played at the right volume and a menu that gives you an out-of- this-world sweet potato and chestnut burger, seitan-based shawarma, roast beef sandwich (incredible), and a sloppy Joe on ciabatta bread.

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2

Phi

What makes Phi so lovable is the way they manage to balance cuisine, parties, and ice cream! Here you can dance, flirt, make eye contact, and eat the delicious Asian-inspired food porn with Korean, Indonesian, and curry sauces. Eat the damn ice cream (you’re welcome).

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3
Kitniya

Kitniya

The healthiest of the bunch with a successful idea of using solely legumes, and exploiting every ounce of flavor. Walk in on this home away from home and make sure to share the Tali plate with your friends or for those searching for perfection, ask for Kitniya in a pita – the best!

70 Dizengoff St, Tel Aviv

4
Nature Boys

Nature Boys

Recently-opened and making waves in the vegan community, Nature Boys sets a new standard for what delicious really is. Part of their tasty menu: the Love Burger (rich in protein!), the Bean Burger, the Bloody Schintzel made from eggplant, and a plate of heady mushrooms.

30 Levontin St, Tel Aviv

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