Grapevine: Vegan Aviv

Tel Aviv has a surprisingly large number of vegan restaurants, and non-vegan restaurants that have several vegan dishes on the menu.

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May 6, 2015 19:03
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Ron Huldai

Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai. (photo credit: FACEBOOK)

 
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■ TEL AVIV has been named as one of the most vegan-friendly cities in the world by The Daily Meal, a website that focuses on anything and everything to do with food and drink around the world.

The city has a surprisingly large number of vegan restaurants, and non-vegan restaurants that have several vegan dishes on the menu. On a list of more than 100 such establishments in central Tel Aviv, 14 are 100-percent vegan, including Zakaim, a relatively new boutique gourmet restaurant at 20 Simtat Beit Hashoeva Street on the corner of 98 Allenby Road; Nanuchka, a Georgian restaurant at 30 Lilienblum Street; Meshek Barzilay, with one branch at 6 Ahad Ha’am Street and another in Neveh Tzedek; and Café XoHo, specializing in Asian cuisine at 17 Gordon Street; these are considered to be among the four best.

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