5 Reasons Tel Aviv Is ‘Best Vegetarian’ City

A vegetarian dish at Nanuchka in Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv is home to the world’s best vegetarian food, says .

On the list of must-visit spots: Vegan eateries Café Anastasia, Caffe Kaymak, and Tenat, an Ethiopian joint.

“Veggie-friendly” options also make the cut, like Georgian resto Nanuchka, and The Herbert Samuel Restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton Herzliya, known for its 14-ingredient tomato salad.

Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward.

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