The very best vegan pizza in Tel Aviv
About two months ago, Donattelo made its transition from Sarona to the Ibn Gvirol-Jabotinsky junction, and as part of the move, they decided to lavish the vegans with a delicious new line of vegan pizzas. Their cashew-based cheese is generously sprinkled (a rarity in the vegan pizza world), which makes for a melty, flavor-packed pizza. In addition, the variety of toppings piled atop their thin crust is among the widest in the vegan sector, and includes winning combinations such as spicy green pepper and pineapple. And yes, they do deliver.
123 Ibn Gvirol St, Tel Aviv
This restaurant stall serves delicious Italian food featuring homemade pizzas and filling pastas. With delivery service and a fast food setting, the dishes manage to be made of the highest quality materials. With individual sized pizzas created with a unique blend of vegetables and a delicious thin crust you just can’t go wrong! Kiosko Pronto is not your average Italian kitchen, so prepare to be pleasantly surprised by the original creations. Described by guests as simple, fresh, and delicious, clearly it is a good choice to savor these amazing Italian delicacies.
No vegan pizza list would be complete without a nod to Florentin's Shuffle Bar. Their delicious pie is no substitute teacher; this vegan pizza has already made tenure. It comes with a doubly delicious layer of cashew cheese and Cheesley cheese, two optional toppings, and a particularly luxurious dough.
By trade, an all-star vegan restaurant in the heart of Neve Tzedek better sport an all-star vegan pizza. Meshek Barzilay's meat-less pizza is served up with cashews and nuts, plus Kalamata olives, roquette and artichoke or smoked seitan, onion rings (more like yum-ion rings) and green peppers. Both are so insanely pizza-licious you'll have to come back to try the other–or bring a date and go ham(-free) on both at once.
Neapolitan pizza in a brick oven, what more could one ask for? The pizzeria with the most appropriate name is as friendly to vegans as pepperoni lovers. Their menu boasts a variety of options, including a special vegan pizza topped with tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, marinated zucchini, roasted peppers, artichokes and chives, which you can get with or without vegan cheese. All this green goodness + a thin but resilient dough = a winning combination.
The Green Cat (Hatool HaYarok) opened in 2014 and was the first vegan pizza place in Israel. Offering thin-crust pizza with homemade cashew cheese that will warm the heart and soul, they bake each pizza to order, ensuring fresh hot pies every time. When you add a generous amount of artichokes and seitan to that, you won't be able to stop crying out in pleasure. The next best thing since the orgasm came along.
The friendliest Italian restaurant on Dizengoff has tossed together a vegan pizza with artichokes, tomato sauce, mushrooms, and kale, giving each bite an interesting twist that redefines the idea of pizza. Paired with the bustling Dizengoff Street vibes, Piazza Café is as much about the experience as the veggie-topped paradise.
Chef Harel Zakaim is all about exploring everything local at his farm-to-table restaurant, which merges seasonal ingredients with authentic Israeli cuisine. You might even forget that this place is vegan, since the menu is wholly focused on the glory of the ingredients rather than simply finding substitutes for meat dishes. Everything is made in-house, even the pizza, bread, pastries and desserts.
It's 3 a.m., a vegan's gotta eat too. At the same price as every other pizza calling to you from behind glass windows, comes Tony Vespa's vegan pizza. Offered with or without vegan cheese, the mushroom-zucchini-roquette-tomato combination is pure pleasure–strong enough to fend for itself against any bacon topped slice.