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Dizengoff Center in Tel Aviv holds a vegan food market every Wednesday, with stalls from Miss V, Manal Ismail, Niva Bento and more. All the details in Walla's article! Food >>>

A Chinese food stand at the Dizengoff Center food fair (photo: Ido Shaham, video editing: Dafni Mekel)

After the success of turning the Burger King branch in Dizengoff Center into a (temporary) vegan branch, the cutest store maze in Tel Aviv is once again trying to make vegan food a miracle.

"Vegan Wednesday" is a self-explanatory food fair - vegan and takes place on Wednesdays of March, between 12:00 and 20:00.

This means that you have one more Wednesday to enjoy it (unless they decide to extend it after Pesach, and they should very well decide).

A small star, but still worth it.

Miss V's ramen (photo: Walla! system, Lehi Shork)

Location assumption.

Miss V's vegan ramen (Photo: Walla! system, Lehi Shork)

There are 25 stalls operating at the fair, which offer a rich variety of dishes, stews and desserts, at a maximum price of up to NIS 35 per dish.

With one asterisk or small V - "Miss V".

This small and relatively new restaurant, which sits in the neighborhood called Ramat Gan, has been getting a lot of attention since it opened.

On normal days they serve Vietnamese food, but here at the fair they sell one of their famous dishes - vegan ramen based on a stock made of seaweed, mushrooms, root vegetables and various animals.

The price is NIS 40, compared to NIS 65 in the restaurant itself.

You will also find at their stand a real loti banana and a surprising dim sum, stuffed with jackfruit - a fruit that is less known in Israel, and also less loved, but considered a delicacy by many in Asia.

Just don't get lost

Come hungry, come ready, come storm

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An artistic hand.

Shishbarak by Manal Ismail (photo: Walla! system, Lehi Shork)

An attraction, and rightfully so.

Shishbarak by Manal Ismail (photo: Walla! system, Lehi Shork)

An equally attractive attraction, certainly judging by the crowd at the stand, is Manal Ismail, who came out of the previous season of Master Chef, who serves here authentic Arab food such as vegan stuffed animals, a huge patayer stuffed with herbs, and also a vegan shishbarak.

All the doughs are made on site, which allows a glimpse into the preparation of these small and delicious dumplings (minus the yogurt, which is a shame) and the patayer, which is made by artisanal hands.

still great

Tanat's stew (photo: Walla! system, Lehi Shork)

And dessert of course.

Coffee at the vegan food market (Photo: Walla! system, Lehi Shork)

By the way, at 2:30 p.m., all the khachapuri were gone, and half an hour later there wasn't a crumb left

Niva Bento, who became a Tiktok star, also serves at her stand, alongside homemade preparation kits, vegan egg yolks from beer yeast - I tasted it, it feels real :() - which also go into her khachapuri, sushi (NIS 35 per tray) and empanadas.

By the way, at 2:30 p.m., all the khachapuri were gone, and half an hour later there wasn't a crumb left.

Other participants are confectioner Reut Rosenzvit with colorful and tempting cakes and desserts from the creator of Cake me Happy and the desserts of Shahar Kichler from Vivida.

The Dim Sum Shop chain offers dim sum stuffed with sweet potato, shiitake mushrooms and vegetables, sweet Yitzhak from "Tanat" who is still recovering from the corona virus arrived with Ethiopian dishes served in biodegradable dishes on sour injera, and right next to it you will also find the Indira restaurant with a variety of authentic Indian dishes such as Her legendary thali.

The Weiler farm (yes, the ones from the tofu) have also set up a stand here that offers the ultimate Israeli deal for Fridays (or Wednesdays) in the form of crunchy tofu schnitzel in challah.

Cheap but invested.

Sushi at the natural food market (photo: Walla! system, Lehi Shork)

Pockets, and life itself.

Dim Sum at the vegan food market (Photo: Walla! system, Lehi Shork)

You can take all the dishes home, of course, in addition to cheeses and spreads from Otopi, vegan snacks from Global Food, handmade pralines and more.

In addition to the food stalls, ecological vegan cosmetic products, bags and bottles made from recycled materials, natural concrete works of art and even a stand of Treaty vegan dog snacks are sold there.

The food is delicious and varied, and it's fun to have such a market for vegans as well, even if in my opinion it is possible to simply combine some of these stalls in the weekends of the permanent market.

If they decide to extend the market and continue with it, it is very important to organize seating for the next times.

If you ask me, no food, vegan or not, is meant to be eaten standing up.

"Vegan Wednesday", Dizengoff Center, Tel Aviv

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Source: walla

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