Although the vegan-conscious lifestyle is becoming more widespread, finding vegan food at restaurants is still a challenge. Luckily, Tel Aviv’s vegan food scene is more comprehensive than in many other metropoles, with over 400 restaurants. Opa at Levinsky Market is the pioneer of these restaurants. Opened by the German Chef Shirel Berger, the restaurant mastered plant-based cooking throughout decades. Although the overall menu changes every three weeks, you should still try the all-time favorites, such as the King Trumpet (Oyster mushrooms with shitake puree and fried sage leaves), and the Fava beans.