Ta-im
Ebisu: Israeli
Ta-im (Ebisu: Israeli)
Ta-im
Open 11am-3:30, 5:30-11pm. Closed Wednesdays.
Sun: Open Sundays

Great Middle-Eastern fare - falafel, hummus, Israeli-style salads - and various Israeli wines by the bottle, all at reasonable prices. The Y1300 Ta-im lunch plate offers a good sampling of the menu, with portions of Israeli salad, falafel, hummus, babaganoush and other vegetable spreads, along with lentils and rice, toasted pita bread, pumpkin soup, dessert and a drink.

Most of the fare is vegetarian, but they also serve lamb and chicken dishes if you're so inclined. The dining space is a simple lunch-counter setup, with Israeli radio providing background music. Hummus, falafel, and a few sandwiches are available to take out.

Ebisu
Shibuya-ku, Ebisu 1-29-16.
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