On one of the main streets in Tel Aviv filled with coffee shops, there is only one place that specializes in vegan cuisine like Alegria. While the owners know this sector very well thanks to their many vegan establishments and their long experience in the field, they remain curious and continue to try to make ever-more creative dishes. In this small, inexpensive place, you can try some very personal interpretations of classic Israeli dishes such as the croissant fricassee filled with salad, pickles, potatoes, tomatoes and onions or the famous Fattuch salad deliciously seasoned with olive oil, lemon, zaatar and sumac, and filled with cheese with roasted almonds and cashew nuts. For dessert, we brought our box of chocolate truffles with us to enjoy them on a bench nearby on the boulevard. Alegra is one of the most pleasant surprises on the vegan scene. It also offers a choice of takeaway dishes.