|Vegetarian restaurants are restaurants that do not offer meat or fish. The definition is a bit broader in Israel, with some vegetarian restaurants offering dishes that include packaged fish (canned tuna or smoked salmon).Vegetarian restaurants in Israel often use cheese and eggs in their dishes. Strictly vegetarian or vegan restaurants do not use any animal-derived ingredients or animal by-products.
Many vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Israel do not have a teudat kashrut. Some are open on shabbat precluding a teudat kashrut and some consider the certification unnecessary given that the ingredients are all kosher. The vegetarian restaurants on eLuna.com all have a teudat kashrut.
Greg Cafe Cinema - Cinema City, Jerusalem 02-5342292
Greg Cafe is a dairy restaurant on the entrance level of Cinema City. The atmosphere is relaxed and comfortable, the food is good and the service is exceptional.
Visit this restaurant before or after a film, or enjoy it with friends for a special occasion - be it a birthday or another happy event. The staff will indulge you and your party, making your visit memorable.
The Greg menu is varied and creative. The menu offers breakfasts, salads, sandwiches, Italian dishes, lunch, vegan dishes, health drinks, wine, and alcohol. In addition to standard dairy dishes, Greg offers something special in each category.
Greg Cafe Mamila - Mamila Mall, Jerusalem 02-6254567
Greg Cafe is a dairy mehadrin restaurant in the Mamila mall. The atmosphere is relaxed and comfortable, the food is good and the service is exceptional. The menu offers breakfasts, salads, sandwiches, Italian dishes, lunch, vegan dishes, health drinks, wine, and alcohol. In addition to standard dairy dishes, Greg offers something special in each category. There are a large number of vegan dishes. Asian dishes appear in various sections.
Nagila - 5 Mashiach Barukhof, Jerusalem 02-6223331
Nagila is a kosher vegan restaurant. The restaurant prides itself on its unique and fresh salads, pasta dishes and home cooking.
Nagila is located in the Even Israel neighborhood, not far from Davidka Square. Even Israel connects to historic Agripas Street, home of the Machane Yehuda Market. The side street Mashiach Barukhof has a magical charm with music and artists' studios. Even veteran Yerushalmim will find this a new and charming neighborhood to explore.
Village Green Vegan - 5 Yoel Solomon, Jerusalem 02-6457676
Fans of the Village Green will enjoy the newest branch on Nachalat Shiva. This is a strictly vegan restaurant, no eggs or milk products. This restaurant has waiter service. Take a seat and choose from the menu.
The Village Green on Yoel Solomon is a bright and cheerful restaurant with a friendly and casual atmosphere. Multi-colored furniture and light wood tables add to the happy and upbeat ambiance.
As you would expect in a vegan restaurant, the menu offers its share of salads, a long list of soups, cold main dishes, irresistible rice dishes, a vegetarian lasagna and delicoius pastries. We enjoyed the soup tasting dish, with three soups of your choice.
Go through the restaurant to the shop where you can purchase Village Green foods and souveniers.
Shany - 5 Jabotinsky St, Ramat-Gan 03-5090414
For almost 50 years shany was known in Northern Israel for its gorgeous European style baked goods. Now Shany is expanding its menu to include coffee shop fare and branches are opening in central israel. We are ready for ya, Shany.
Shany Bakery has a large dairy Kosher menu (pasta, Pai, Salads, and specials of fish) along with over 200 types of cakes and bakery items to enjoy.
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