Dizengoff

Row 1

Details
75 9th Ave
New York, NY 10011
(646) 833-7097
Israeli
$
Hours
Mon–Sun: 10:00 AM–7:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Best hummus in Chelsea. Its a toss up between them and Taim for the best in NYC.
  • amazing pita and hummus. the chicken in the hummus was delicious too
  • Vegeterian combinations include zucchini with hazelnuts, sliced avocado with peanut harissa, and Romanesco with toasted pine nuts. Here, hummus comes as a set meal with bread.
  • Best Hummus!
  • The hummus was so good. I'm still dreaming about it!
  • Just like I was back in Tel Aviv
  • Israeli wine was spot on, says a lot about this place: a great choice. A shining beacon to which others can only aspire in Chelsea market.
  • Chef Michael Solmonov's shakshuka employs many of the classic ingredients, including onions, bell peppers, garlic, sweet paprika and cumin.
  • OMG so delicious... probably the best hummus in NYC!!! They have meat options and plenty of veggie dishe - all on top of hummus were so freaking tasty and spiced perfectly
  • Best hummus I've ever had
  • Extra (amazing) pitas for $1 each. Take some home?
  • Best hummus in NYC. Try the frozen mint lemonade as well
  • Tasty hummus. Felt a little overrated to me. I think the best hummus is at Tanoreen in Bay Ridge.
  • Lamb humus has amazing flavours. The pita is freshly made and tastes great. Shakshuka is a little spicey but very authentic!
  • Best hummus - get the potato chip with egg!
  • Counter service ends at 7pm
  • The best hummus in New York and probably the best pita you've ever had. Ask for the two kinds of hot sauce.
  • Try Shakshuka for lunch special, it a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, and onions, spiced with cumin
  • Really recommend trying dinner at Dizengoff. You must purchase beforehand on their website. But for $45pp you get an incredible amount and wide variety of food. More importantly it is all delicious!
  • The best hummus. The best pita