For only 35$
Being vegan isn’t just about eating or avoiding certain foods, it is a whole way of life that prioritizes health and a humanitarian approach to the other living things that share our world. While there have always been people who are vegan, in recent years it has grown in popularity, especially in Tel Aviv, which has attracted a large number of community members. As this tour will show, however, this is no passing trend but a unique lifestyle with deep and delicious roots.
The tour follows a route along the seam between the Levinsky market and the Florentine neighborhood and proves that if you thought being vegan meant giving up culinary pleasures – think again! The restaurants and dishes that you will meet along the way will expose a whole world of ideals and raw materials that come from the earth directly to the plate. Along the way we will get to know the nature of this fairly anti-establishment neighborhood, from the immigrants from Saloniki who first settled here to the graffiti artists who come out every night to decorate it. Join us for a unusual, multi-sensual tour full of surprises.
Sweet potato, vegan mayonnaise
Choice of salty crepe with cheese, crepe with eggplant and techina or sweet crepe with nutella
A cohice of: Gazoz (Soda with syrup) OR Cider made from fruits and spices OR homemade marzipan
A Choice of classic Turkish Bourekas served with pickles and tomato sauce
Tea and a packet of organic fruit dried without sugar