If you come here for breakfast or for lunch you will probably wait at least ten minutes for a table. This might be because this place was one of the first to offer a vegan, raw and gluten-free menu, in the city that never sleeps. We had the cooked tomato shakshuka with garlic, spinach, polenta balls and bread. We came back for lunch and tried the pappardelle which was as always, very fresh and healthy. If you were to come here only for the excellent smoothies, I would recommend you go for the extreme ones- yes, I'm referring to the green specials! This place is indeed full of tourists due to its prime location, and you seldom hear Hebrew around the tables. Anastasia is very good and rather expensive, but as vegans I assume you've already guessed as much.