Miznon – Ibn Gvirol
Time Out says
Chef Eyal Shani is elevating the pita to new levels at his street food-inspired eatery.
When you hear the word “pita,” you may automatically think of falafel, shawarma, and sabich. At Miznon, celebrity Chef Eyal Shani is redefining the pita as a serving vessel for a plethora of mouthwatering meat and vegetarian options. Just about anything you can fit in a pita is on offer here, including a rich and meaty minute steak, shakshuka, chicken liver, and kebabs. Vegans and vegetarians alike can find tasty fare here too, with a slow-cooked ratatouille that melts in your mouth and the juicy head of a whole cauliflower that oozes flavor. Paired with the loud and lively atmosphere and the free pita and tahini nibbles, Miznon is the Mecca of Israeli street food. Don’t forget to visit their other locations at 1 HaNechoshet St and 30 King George.
21 Ibn Gvirol St
|Price:||Dinner for two (including drinks): around NIS 120|
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 12:00-16:00, 18:00-Late; Sat After Shabbat-Late|