Last updated July 1st 2024

Tel Aviv is one of the most vegan-friendly cities in the world! In almost every restaurant in the heart of the city you will be able to find innovative, delicious and nutritious vegan options, from the basic salads and sandwiches to more elaborate dishes. The days when vegan food meant a bowl of greens are over!

So whether you are a vegan, a vegetarian, or just love trying new things, you have to check out the restaurants in our guide to the Best Vegan Restaurants in Tel Aviv!


Best Vegan Restaurants


Frishman 54 | Vegan Restaurant

Anastasia is a great vegan restaurant to meet friends. They have a delicious and nutritious breakfast with loads of tasty dips, good salads, and incredible cakes. You can also enjoy a great lunch or dinner experience, with an appetising choice of starters and main dishes. They treat every dish like it is a multi-layered experience, they take all the senses into account. Read more.

Meshek Barzilay

Ahad Haam 6 | Tasty & healthy Veggie food in a refined restaurant setting

A delicious ORGANIC VEGETARIAN restaurant located just near Neve Tzedek, with an emphasis on freshness and seasonality. The menu changes according to the seasons, and each dish is meticulously built to deliver fine taste and maximum nutritional value. The restaurant offers breakfasts, lunch, and dinner, as well as coffee and cakes. Read more.


Ha-Khalutzim 8 | Luxurious Vegan Restaurant

Opa restaurant is committed to studying and learning about the plant world. The 11-course meal includes one fruit or vegetable that is completely exploited in each dish using both traditional and contemporary cutting-edge cooking methods. Chef Shirel Berger has always been captivated by plants. In order to reduce food waste, provide new flavour experiences, and foster a renewed respect for the products of our planet, the cooking team aims use the entire fruit or vegetable, including the skin. All the products come from local farmers who respect organic and environmentally friendly methods. Enjoy the mystic ambiance of the rooftop filled with all the plants you will find in your plate.

January 2023: 50 Best Restaurants magazine, which ranks restaurants in the Middle East and North Africa, announced Opa restaurant in Tel Aviv is the winner of the coveted “One To Watch Award 2023”. Read More.


Yirmeyahu 17 | Vegan Home Kitchen

The Tel Aviv house of Vegans! Come discover and enjoy homey and healthy food, gluten-free, peanut-free and sesame-free dishes… needless to say it’s 100% vegan friendly! Enjoy the nice outside area when the weather allows it (which is quite often in our favourite city…). The service is amazing and the menu of homemade dishes is simple but also refined and sophisticated. Don’t hesitate to visit J17 during one of their special evenings during the week! Monday is culinary trip around the world, Sunday is Indian special and Friday is brunch. Read More.

Best Vegan Street Food

Green Cat (Chatul Yarok)

Levontin 7 | Vegan Pizzeria

The Green Cat, has all the vibrancy, hustle and unique charm that you only get with a local restaurant. The pizza is undoubtedly fresh, the texture is perfect, not too soft and not to crispy. Forget about this being good VEGAN pizza this is just great pizza full stop – This is pizza that can go up against anything Tel Aviv has to offer – This is vegan pizza gone mainstream. Read full review.

Green Roll

Montefiore 30 | Vegan Sushi Bar

Discover Green Roll Sushi! The first vegan sushi restaurant in Israel, opened in 2015. At the colourful location on Ahad Ha’Am, the restaurant offers a variety of Asian cuisine delights and wonderful vegan desserts. The fish is fresh and expertly prepared, and the rolls are creative and flavourful. They offer a unique twist on traditional sushi rolls, such as the green roll, which is made with avocado and cilantro. The party trays are perfect for a celebration accompanied by delicious food! Read More.


King George 32 | Vegan burgers and more

Goodness have done for burgers what every other restaurant in Tel Aviv offering a vegan burger has failed to do. They paid attention to the details and not only got the flavour right but also the texture, so their burgers are really something you can bite into. Their double burger can satisfy the biggest of appetites and their range of other offerings includes an array of sauces which ensures a  complete fast food vegan dining experience.  Read more.

Rainbow Burgers

Ibn Gabirol 88 | Vegan Burgers

Truly, Rainbow Burger is the perfect pit stop for born-again vegans who loved meat in a past life, and need that feeling of meaty satisfaction in the pit of their belly (minus the actual meat of course). For that, Rainbow Burger has definitely got you covered! […] One juicy bite of Rainbow Burger later and it *almost* had me convinced that this was the real deal. The texture, look and taste are darn near identical to meat. Not to mention, the soy and mushroom burger blend gave me the same warm, fuzzy, happy-tummy feeling I get from eating meat. Read full review

This restaurant is also included in the ‘Best Burgers in Tel Aviv’ Secret Tel Aviv Guide.


Chlenov 27 | Ethiopian Vegan Restaurant

Tenat is an Ethiopian restaurant in Tel Aviv that offers a wide selection of vegan options with an authentic and traditional touch. The main dish is Injera, which looks like a French pancake, but it’s actually Ethiopian bread. You can order and share the biggest one, it comes with few different side warm dishes such as mashed beans. It is surprisingly plentiful! The vegan Tibs are particularly noteworthy also. Overall, Tenat is a great option for anyone looking for a delicious and unique vegan dining experience with Ethiopian cuisine in Tel Aviv! Read More.

Dosa Bar

Ben Yehuda 188 | Vegan Indian

South Indian Street Food joint on Ben Yehuda near Jabotinski. Full of flavours, happy, delicious, healthy, VEGAN and GLUTEN-FREE. Chef Chen Weinstein spent two years in South India learning local cooking, and has been perfecting her skills in pop-ups and cooking from home since returning to Tel Aviv. Read More.

Tali Lama

Derech Menachem Begin 48 | Vegan Indian

The Tali Lama restaurant is a special Indian restaurant full of colours and flavours. The Israeli couple who founded the restaurant a few years ago have decided to dedicate their work life to it and serve the most comforting southern Indian dishes. Together with Daniel, one of the founders, the cooks produce with love and joy delicious vegan and kosher dishes that will transport you to India. Read more.

Best Vegan Cafes

Michelangelo Cafe

Ben Teradion Street 2 | Vegan Cafe

A great spot for yummy, authentic vegan food in Jaffa! Make sure to try their delicious Shakshuka among a wide variety of dishes for breakfast, as well as their Kebab and vegan burger for dinner. The silent surroundings and decadent decor provide a subtle touch of romanticism, as if Michelangelo were there himself. Read More.

Cafe Eva

Ibn Gabirol 129 | Vegan Cafe

Cafe.eva.tlv is a vegan cafe that serves a variety of delicious plant-based dishes. The menu includes a wide range of options, from breakfast items like smoothie bowls and avocado toast to lunch and dinner options such as sandwiches, salads, and bowls. The food is fresh, flavourful and made with high-quality ingredients. The cafe also offers a variety of gluten-free options. It’s a great spot for a casual meal or a quick bite, as well as for a special occasion. Cafe.eva.tlv is an excellent choice for anyone looking for delicious, healthy and vegan food in Tel Aviv! Read more.

Market Dizengoff

Dizengoff 140 | Vegan Cafe

Most vegan places usually are either healthy, homemade, cheap or serve comfort food, Market is an incredible combination of the four. They have delicious stews that remind you of a cold winter night in your grandma’s house but with a healthy twist, and you can choose whether you want it served on rice (white or brown) or noodles and add toppings like sweet potato and other veggies. The stews change every day, so it’s a good thing you can try them all before deciding! They also have some great salads, soups and sometimes sandwiches, as well as delicious Paletas for dessert! Read more.


Ibn Gabirol 165 | Healthy Vegan Food

Alegria is slightly out of the way on Ibn Gbirol Street, in Tel Aviv. But it’s totally worth the detour. Everything on their menu is surprising and only in the best possible way. They are a bounty of taste sensations that are unique and packed with goodness. If you visit, it will not be your last time. Read More.


Ibn Gabirol Street 48 | Vegan Tapas and Cafe

Herzog is a new place that recently opened on Ibn Gabirol, by the chef Roey Hertzog of the Eyal Shani line of chefs. It is a cosy place with many reasonably-priced vegan tapas and a famous mountain dish, which changes every day, filled with lots of vegan goodies. No way will you come out hungry! The food is made with high-quality ingredients, flavourful, and satisfying. Overall, Herzog is a great spot for anyone looking for vegan food in Tel Aviv, with a commitment to sustainability and delicious food. Read more.


Lilienblum 3 | Health Food & Raw Diner

Neroli is a vegan cafe and store in Neve Tsedek offering a wide range of hearty raw food dishes and salads, super-healthy juices, satisfying smoothies and an impressive menu of raw food sweets accommodating all dietary needs. With its focus on locally sourced ingredients, it’s a great spot for those looking for healthy and delicious vegan options. It’s a perfect spot for a casual meal or a special occasion. Be sure to check the shop to purchase healthy foods with many Gluten Free options. Read More.

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