$ Center City Israeli

Fodor’s Expert Review

Think of Dizengoff as Zahav lite. This graffiti-tagged spin-off of the nationally acclaimed Israeli restaurant is modeled after the hummus stalls of Tel Aviv, specializing in the dreamy chickpea puree crowned with an array of creative, seasonal toppings. Each bowl is served on a plastic cafeteria tray with sharp pickles and fluffy, warm-from-the-oven pita. When the pita runs out, Dizengoff rolls down its garage door for the day.
Israeli Trendy Casual Lunch Brunch Quick Bite $

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1625 Sansom St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  19103, USA



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