~in the process of moving locations~
It’s hard to pick a favorite place that I found while in Israel, but if I had to pick, I think Tevaleh would be it I found this place really early on in my trip, while walking back from the beach with a few friends. We had just watched the sunset and it was around 8:30pm when we spotted the 100% Vegan sticker on the outside of the restaurant. Checking out the menu, I started talking to Dor, the guy behind the counter, who told me that the lentil burger was homemade with no oil, and then gave my friends and I all acai bowl samples. I told him we already ate dinner (which we did) and promised we’d be back.
I probably frequented Tevaleh most out of the places I visited while in Israel. They had a great deal for lunch: a lentil burger, a big salad, and a juice, all for 48 shek. That’s nothing. They also offered a great deal on takeaway food- and for the lentil burgers which I loved, those were 50 shek for 5 frozen burgers you could cook at home. I bought those a few times, but I also just loved eating there. The atmosphere was so nice, and the guys behind the counter were always so cute. Vegan guys, I might add. Who weren’t creepy and constantly hitting on you. Just really good looking. And really compassionate. Swoon.
Tevaleh has my heart. The people, the love, the area of Bograshov/Dizengoff. I never even got an acai bowl or smoothie… looks like I’ll have to go back.. 🙂