Local Fast Food in Tel Aviv
The local Fast Food are mainly things that come in Pita
Bread like Falafel, Shawarma or the Sabich the new trend.
Humus is usually on a plate and you eat it without a fork,
just wiping with the pita.
1 Shelomo Hamelech Street
Popular Falafel shop not far from Dizengoff Center. Serves Falafel
and also Shawarma in Pita or Laffa (a large and thin Pita).
If to judge by the crowds that sit there enjoying their pitas it must be
very good. I tried the Shawarma in Laffa and it was delicious.
Falafel Shlomo & Sons
On Nordau Blvd. near the Yarkon
A kiosk that makes fresh falafel made on the spot. Simple and good.
I ate there many times and enjoyed it.
Lots of Shawarma shops on Eben Gvirol Street
and also near Dizengoff Center. I don't know which
is the best so you will have to try for yourselves:-)
Sabich is a Iraqi dish A pita with fried eggplant techina
boiled egg and many other things that you can chose to
put in. If you want to try it go to that popular and very good
Sabich kiosk that is located so centrally that you can't miss it
on Frishman near Dizengoff Corner and also
on Tshernichovsky street Allenby corner
there is a great sabich but always a long line to wait...
on Bazel area 16 Ashtoria Haparhi
They serve very good humus and also jahnun and
melauach the yemenite dishes that are very popular
see the Humus Scene page in the Tel Aviv Insider.
Global Fast Food in Tel Aviv
You also can get in Tel Aviv all the American fast food
brands McDonalds, Pizza Hut, and more. They all have
deliveries so the good thing is that you can order Take
Away to your room when you are too tired to go out.
88 Herbert Samuel boardwalk
The McDonald's in Israel are very good value
and serve also nice salads and other Israeli specials.
They are trying very hard to change the image from junk food
to healthy food. There is a branch in Dizengoff Center and in
Dizengoff Square and also 2 branches on Eben Gvirol On the
Herbert Samuel Promenade there is a branch
with sea view. more Tel Aviv burgers
169 Ben Yehuda Street on Jabotinsky corner
An old establishment that specialises in pizza
and special pizza pies. I tried it several times
and it was very good.
19 Sheinkin street
Dizengoff center 2nd floor
and more branches...
A chain pizza that is one of my friend favorite (I am not a pizza lover
myself) What is great about Pizza Agvania (meaning Tomato in
Hebrew) is the very thin and crispy dough. Great snack when you
are in Dizengoff center just before you go to a movie.
267 Dizengoff street
also on Rotschild near Habima
Trendy Pizza very popular with the young Tel Avivian. Nice to take
away or just hang around and have a Tony Pizza sitting right there
on the sidewalk. Priced by weight.