In 2014 this traditional Georgian restaurant made the switch to vegan cuisine. They now serve Georgian vegan dishes including stuffed traditional Georgian pastries with mushrooms instead of beef.
The vegan shawarma is an alternative for vegans who want to try local traditional cuisine. The spicy tofu and seitan “meat” can be bought in a bun, pita, tortilla or focaccia. Aba Gil is another Tel Aviv restaurant serving traditional Middle Eastern food in a vegan variety.
This chain of vegan-friendly burger restaurants has branches in Haifa and Eilat. The diverse menu covers fast food favorites from around the world including Indian, Italian and American burgers and hot dogs – all meat-free of course. You can even have a kosher (soy) cheese burger.
This boutique restaurant serves innovative dishes prepared with the freshest ingredients. The restaurant uses no plastic products and serves vegan variations on favorites like Caesar salad, stuffed cabbage and freekeh.
This restaurant serves up authentic Ethiopian cuisine but vegan-friendly. The delicious teff flour injera bread (gluten-free) will make you fall in love with this style of food. Visit on a Monday night and you’ll be treated to a live jazz performance.
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