When I came here for the first time it was rather by accident and as frankly I wasn’t prepared for such an energy-packed place, I left within few moments but quickly found another day to sort this place out. Coming back was totally worth it! When here for the first time, you may want to sit right at the bar to get a good look on what’s happening in the kitchen. And don’t get scared away by the screaming and yelling by the cooks. This is just how the place works!
Miznon by Eyal Shani is originally a Telavivian concept: sliced up pita-like buns, oven-baked (served as a whole) cauliflowers, the occasional hummus or tomato sauce and – as they call it – one intimate food moment or another are spiced up by a loaded atmosphere consisting of the multilingual babble of voices, the sizzling noises that go along great with the oriental rhythms and the good mood of the employees that from time to time start singing along with the music. Without trying hard, the place manages to make you feel like you’re right inside the heart of a summer party, even at 4:00 PM in January.
The interior of the place is ornamented with the to-be-processed vegetables themselves that request some protagonism as colourful sparks within the place and give you the feels for the delicious food that’s about to arrive. You might have guessed it: this is really the place to get warmed up in these unwelcoming winter days. L’haim!