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#55 of 181 Bar in Tel Aviv
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Bar, Israeli, International, Pub
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Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
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Dinner, Lunch, Late Night
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Reviewed January 12, 2020

I’ve been to Ala Rampa in the summer and remember it was pleasant. This time was so different and disappointing. From the moment we arrived. They sat my husband, son and I at a table not bigger than 18”. It was dirty and once cleared...was never wiped of the mayonnaise and crumbs until I asked the waiter not to place the napkins on the table. Even though other tables became available we were not offered a bigger table until we requested it. And he stacked our water cups to the new table. I did not drink the water after. Our sizzling sexy lasagna was almost cold barley warm! It really should be stripped of that title. The polenta with mushrooms arrived after 15 minutes later. It was on the thin watery side. The taste was ok but that’s because it probably had 200 grams of butter and cream. The portion was served in a shallow dish and it was soooo small for the price! We each had about 4 spoons to taste. The polenta entree was an appetizer portion size and not a big appetizer but smalllll! I mentioned it to the waiter when he asked how everything was. He had no comment and walked away???? Helloooo? Didn’t think to tell the kitchen or offer something else or maybe coffee on the house after? Finally 30 minutes later our cheese fries came. Thankfully hot but no cheese on top as ordered. Seriously how hard is it to get 2 entrees and fries right! My husband is kind and left a nice tip that they didn’t deserve. I waitressed for over 10 years myself and there are basic obvious ways to treat a customer. If you like dirty tables, small expensive portions, to eat every dish 20 minutes apart, hot food served cold then this is your place. I’m sure they won’t care about this review because it’s a popular place to hang out but it really was a big disappointment and I just had to share it.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed December 6, 2019

A La Rampa is a very plain unassuming restaurant ina busy, industrial, part of town. Recommended particularly on Fridays and Saturdays when the only traffic is to the many galleries and studios in the area. It is vegeterian with Excellent, very tasty food. The combinations...for dishes with many unique ingredients make it really good and tasty! Recommended, also for kids, and if weather permits sit out on the terrace.More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed May 15, 2019

Great vibes. Sits inside an artisan neighborhood (Kiryat Hamelacha). Take the Indonesian dish. Sit on the veranda and enjoy the Israeli nice weather/

Date of visit: May 2019
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Reviewed May 3, 2019

My husband and two kids went there on a Tuesday night around 21:00. The place was busy, and a larger group would need reservations. They had highchairs which my son used. We didn't find any dishes to be baby/toddler friendly, but that wasn't a turnoff...for us. I'm a vegetarian and my husband eats meat. We tried a variety of dishes- as appetizers: noodle salad, asparagus in a Parmesan beet sauce, and cheddar cheese fries; as mains: pasta with artichokes and a cauliflower with tahini dish; drinks: triple ginger cocktail, and dessert: ice cream. The two best things were the asparagus and the cocktail. The pasta was rich in artichokes but lacking flavor. The cauliflower was very soggy and tasted like it was frozen. I didn't think the dish was tasty and left most of it. The cheese fries are cheese fries...kinda hard to mess them up, and the noodle salad was average. I would really like to eat the asparagus again, but there isn't anything else to draw me back.More

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed April 6, 2019

The three of us ,14:00 on a Saturday , after a stroll and a visit in a few art studios in the nearby Soho like area (Kiryat Hamelakha) , seating inside , at a pre-reserved table . Surprisingly - sitting inside was quieter than the...packed terrace . The atmosphere is young , happy and simple , with uninvested decor . On the table : 1 Mamaliga salad ; 1 cauliflower in tahini dish ; 1 black tiny bean Masabakha portion ; 1 polenta in parmesan dish ; 3 small shots of hot Sangria were brought to our table as we sat down , OTH , On the bill : 186.00 shekels (around 50.00 USD) . All (medium sized) portions were very tasty . Service was friendly but somewhat slow. We shall probably be back , hoping it won't be as packed .More

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed March 21, 2019 via mobile

We were many times. Each time is great. Great vibes. Great vegan food. Take the Indonesian dish. Once a while they have the best burger in town. Enjoy. Really 5 star for them.

Date of visit: March 2019
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Reviewed February 7, 2019 via mobile

After Gallery hopping in Kiryat Hamelacha (which is a treat by itself), our Group of girlfriends stopped here for lunch. There’s not a whole lot of places around here so we figured let’s give it a try. What a neat surprise. A little quirky, a...little artsy and definitely laid-back this Vegetarian Restaurant delivers really good food with a smiling service and reasonable prices. Will definitely come here again.More

Date of visit: February 2019
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Reviewed January 21, 2019

Our family of 7 went to eat at A La Rampa because we've been there before and really enjoyed the food and the fact that the place is vegetarian / vegan. Tonight we were shocked when the server offered us, among the specials, SHRIMP and...CHILI CON CARNE. At first we thought these were vegetarian "mock" dishes imitating these foods, but it turned out the server was serious. These were actually seafood and meat dishes. when we confronted her about this, her responses were also hard to believe. "what's the problem?" she asked. "Well, we said, " you claim to be a vegetarian/vegan establishment but you serve fish and meat. Don't you think this is an ethical problem, a moral problem, not to mention an issue of faulty advertising?" Her reply was that these were just the specials, not the regular menu, so what was the problem? After a few tries, we stopped trying to explain it to her because she clearly did not get it. We also expressed our disappointment and displeasure to one of the servers. We will not be patronizing this restaurant in the future and strongly recommend that the owners / managers rethink their claim to be a vegetarian/vegan establishment when they clearly are not.More

Date of visit: January 2019
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Reviewed November 18, 2018

A nice place to sit in especially on weekends, when the surrounding is more quiet. A marvelous veggie selection, friendly service.

Date of visit: October 2018
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Reviewed October 6, 2018 via mobile

Delicious food, great service. I’m vegetarian and had plenty of dishes to choose from. Plenty of parking in the area, if you arrive at night

Date of visit: October 2018
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