Maoz Vegetarian

Maoz Vegetarian is a fast service restaurant serving authentic falafel and freshly made vegetarian food.

When it comes to falafel, we are world experts. For over 20 years, we have been continuously working on perfecting our product to offer the best tasting nutritious meals to our customers worldwide. And we keep on getting better. With more than 15 signature salads and sauces made with the finest ingredients from local farmers and purveyors, we are always on the lookout for the best quality ingredients available.

Why do we call it a vegolution? Well, we’re the perfect combination of nutritious and delicious. But don’t take our word for it. Once you’ve tasted our food, you’ll get it. And you’re always welcome to come back for more…

Rozengeur

The Iranian cuisine is one of the most sophisticated cuisines in Asia. Spices such as turmeric, paprika, dill, saffron, sumac and cardamom are used very discreetly in starters and main courses. The same applies to rose water in desserts.

With rice as the basis for almost every dish, Iran is at the forefront of rice consumption in the Middle East. In the stew dishes (khoresht) people mainly work with lamb meat. The dishes from the grill (kabab) work with many different types of meat such as ground beef, chicken and tenderloin. Rozengeur works with products of the highest quality.

The influences of Shiraz can be found in the use of eggplant and lime in both starters and main courses. As a side dish we serve Salad Shirazi, a traditional salad from Shiraz. We have Paludeh as a traditional dessert. You can also come to us for freshly made Taftoun bread from our own oven every day.

We also serve Syrah wine; the grape variety that originated in Shiraz. In addition to regular tea, we introduce our guests to typical Iranian tea. Coffee lovers can indulge themselves with different types of coffee from Bocca, carefully chosen to fit well with the menu.

Ariel Restaurant

The name “Ariel” originates from the Old Testament and is one of four archangels. The name can also be pronounced “Uriel” meaning “the Light of God”. Ariel is a restaurant, cafe, and gallery located in the center of the Kazimierz Jewish Quarter. This area of town is full of life with 5 synagogues nearby and lots of history. Inside the restaurant, there’s a  dining room that seats 45 guests located on the first floor of the antique Jewish tenement-house from the 16th century. There is also a larger dining room for 80 guests on second-floor filled with hundreds of paintings and Klezmer Jewish music and seating areas in the basement and gallery room.

Mazaya Falafel

Mazaya serves traditional falafel dishes bursting with Mediterranean flavors. At either of their three locations, you’ll find someone of the best tahini, pita, and hummus in town served in either sandwich or salad style.  This restaurant wants everyone to enjoy their falafel and offers several vegan and vegetarian options. Visitors who review this restaurant describe Mazaya as being a reasonably priced cafe where you can enjoy a colorful falafel dish in a cozy atmosphere.

Hummus Bar

Amazing hummus restaurant with delicious meat sandwiches too!

Miznon

Miznon is known for its entertaining staff, energetic atmosphere, good food, and lively music. It’s a place where you will feel right at home, and the staff members even feel like friends you’ve known for years. It’s often a loud restaurant and fast-paced, but fills you with positive vibes, and of course, outstanding food.

They have an open kitchen where you can see the fresh ingredients being used right in front of you. Some of their unique menu items include a cauliflower pita, a chickpea bowl with egg, the Pitaburger, and a banana Nutella pita. They have plenty of traditional foods as well, such as lamb kabobs, ratatouille, and a variety of deliciously cooked vegetables.

If you are looking for a fun and upbeat dining experience, Miznon is where you want to be. You’re sure to leave with a boost of energy and a belly full of fresh Middle Eastern food.

Cafe Eskeles

Café Eskeles is named after Bernhard Freiherr von Eskeles who was born in Vienna in 1753. He grew up as the son of a rabbi and in 1773 he co-founded the band house: Arnstein and Eskeles. Later, Eskeles became one of the founders of the Austrian National Bank as well.  This restaurant has received high remarks from travelers around the world and has been published in several newspapers and magazines. 

Though the cafe is located in the Jewish Museum, it is open to anyone who wants a unique Israeli dining experience in the center of Vienna. There are a wide range of vegetarian and kosher options, including the best Israeli and Austrian kosher wines to choose from. Some of the dishes rotate but, while the house favorites tend to stay around, there are always amazing Mediterranean and Israeli specialties to try.

 

Olive Tree

Olive Tree is a cozy restaurant in Budapest’s District VI, serving a variety of traditional Israeli, Hungarian, and Ukrainian dishes. Their goal is to bring the wonderful flavors of Jerusalem to Budapest for locals and tourists to enjoy. The founders of Olive Tree chose hummus as their primary dish because of its health benefits and the way it compliments several other dishes such as falafel and salad. At Olive Tree, you can choose from 16 hummus entrees or one of their other Middle Eastern falafel or shakshuka dishes.

Everything on their menu is made with fresh and real ingredients for both the taste and health benefits. You will also find many vegan and gluten-free options, making it a perfect stop for anyone looking for authentic Israeli cuisine. The interior is simple, yet cozy, and the menu is well priced for the high-quality flavors and ingredients. If you are a hummus fan, Olive Tree will give you a new way to explore this Middle Eastern dish.

 

Fülemüle Étterem

Fülemüle Étterem is located in the 8th district of Budapest, offering both traditional and modern Hungarian and Jewish cuisine. The homecooked meals are said to bring back childhood memories of parents or grandparents cooking matzo ball soup, goulash, or crispy goose. Many travelers are recommended to this restaurant because of the friendly staff, good-sized portions, and flavorful dishes, and they sometimes stop by multiple times during their stay. This family-run restaurant is definitely a Budapest gem that will leave you satisfied, yet wanting more. 

Carmel Restaurant

The history of Carmel Restaurant goes back almost 30 years. During this time, both the menu and style have changed and for ten years now, the restaurant operates as a Glatt kosher restaurant. This restaurant serves a variety of traditional Jewish and Hungarian cuisine from matzo ball soup and liver to beef goulash and a Hortobagyi-style pancake.

Locals and guests from around the world come to dine at Carmel Restaurant and enjoy the authentic food and inviting atmosphere. It is located in the heart of the Jewish quarter and a perfect place to stop by while exploring the historic area. Many travelers also come to the Carmel Restaurant for Shabbat where they can enjoy fresh Challah and a delicious warm meal. If you’re in the area and want amazing kosher food, this is a spot you don’t want to miss.

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