The owners Barry, Nadine, and Kobi opened the restaurant in 1992 to provide an eatery for the city's vegetarians. The result is a popular, canteen-style restaurant along the busy Jaffa Street that provides wholesome food made from fresh, natural ingredients. The Village Green draws an eclectic crowd which includes religious Jews (its menu is Mehadrin Kosher), healthy eaters, students (who want a cheap, chock-full of vitamins feed), and tourists. The menu includes hot dishes of the day, such as vegetable and seaweed pie, sweet potato quiche, and spinach lasagna. The cream of butternut soup comes highly recommended and Salad is 5 NIS per 100 grams. Chilled water is free, as is the delicious homebaked, whole wheat bread. There is a good range of desserts and herbal teas.
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33 Jaffa Road (02) 625-3065
Open Hours: Su-Th 9a-10p; F 11:30a-3p