Tel Aviv Urban Food in Łódź!
We opened on Friday 13.04!
We’re sailing into Łódź… under full sail! Our restaurant is located at Piotrkowska 122. Just like we thought – Łódź came to love our hummus and falafels! <3
We managed to quickly make ourselves at home and now we can remind you of Jewish tavern and Arab café. Like we always do.
They say Tel Aviv can happen in any city. It’s fast, ingenious and unconventional. Look out! It can teach you to be free and open-minded. Sometimes it lurks behind you for a while, then it suddenly attacks with the Near Eastern opulence of flavours. You better watch out – especially if you tend to fall in love at first sight! Tel Aviv is a quite the charmer as it slyly seduces the members of all genders – it’s really hard to resist!
Love in the time of revolution
We were seduced as well. We started to enjoy the revolutionary approach – the plant-based coup d’état that we would also like to offer to your city. Łódź can appreciate courage, and we can claim it is so because we know each other so well. After all, how many times have we eaten hummus together?
Łódź is ultimately the perfect place for hummus: a revolutionary city. And, if you look closely, at least as pretty as Tel Aviv (although we would argue that Łódź is more of a brunette). We make a great couple.
Tel Aviv means progress and change but also memory and awareness. When modernity fails us we turn to tradition. The inhabitants of our building who care about the historical roots of their community understand it very well. The house at Piotrkowska 122 – where we reside now – was built between 19th and 20th century. It haven’t been just lazily standing there – through the years it has been a veritable melting pot of cultures and ethnicities. All in the best – although slightly forgotten – Lodzer style.
Łódź is the reef grown upon modern history
Uninhibited spontaneous growth together with the underground culture that keeps revealing its new and exciting facets – this is what Łódź has to offer. Interiors filled to the brim with legends about the ghosts of factory owners, eclectic facades of mansions and tenement houses – like the one at Piotrkowska 122, built 1910-1911 based on the design by Gustaw Landau-Gutenteger – one of the most illustrious local architects of the era. Visit us here – we will tell you the full story. But if you’re not from Łódź, be prepared to open a whole bottle of wine in the evening: it’s a long story.
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