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Ta-im serves up fresh authentic Israeli food in the heart of Tokyo. Run by Dan Zuckerman and his wife Akiko, Ta-im has an extensive menu ranging from vegetarian favorites such as hummus and falafel to schnitzel and lamb dishes. Seasonal specials are available, too. Ta-im prides itself on serving fresh food made from high-quality ingredients. Israeli wines and beers available too!
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
Middle Eastern, Israeli, Mediterranean
Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Table Service
A tiny slice of Israel in Tokyo. This tiny place caters for a non stop string of people coming and going. The food is all prepared freshly and every dish is delicious. The falafel and hummus are amongst the best I have ever eaten. The...More
This is the best middle eastern restaurant in Japan without a doubt and just maybe the best food in the country. The owner takes great pride in each dish he serves. My wife and I are from Colombia and unfortunately we don't have anything back...More
The food in this small Israeli restaurant is incredible. I took my mother, and the lamb was so good it upset her (because it was better than hers!). The atmosphere is fun - intimate, familiar, friendly - and the owner is a very nice guy....More
Went there with my partner and we had the best Israeli food I have ever had. The place is tiny but space is properly used. hummus and falafel are too good to skip and the chef is super nice! If you go, get ready to...More
Found this place on the internet, gave it a shot, worth it 100%. Food was amazing and exactly as it is back in Israel. Owner/chef works wonders in a tiny kitchen and is super friendly. Definitely going back before I leave Tokyo and will be...More
If you live in Tokyo it's likely you've never experienced Israeli cuisine. It was my first experience as well. I've no idea how authentic it is, but I can say this is some of the best food I've ever had. Amazing use of spices and...More
We come from Israel and consider ourselves „foodies“.
We were recommended to visit Ta-Im by a local and were quite skeptical that a falafel and hummus place in Tokyo could taste anywhere close to what we know from back home.
Wrong! The falafel is one...More
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