Deep Ellum is the New Home for World-Renowned Israeli Pita Restaurant Miznon

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Opening this past weekend in Dallas’ Deep Ellum, the famed Israeli eatery Miznon placed its first footprint in Texas. Renowned chef Eyal Shani began his career in 2011 with a tiny Tel Aviv restaurant and then built the now-famous restaurant that replicates Tel Aviv Street food and the lively Tel Aviv city vibe.

Miznon’s success story is not limited to one country. With over 50 locations in eight countries, including Singapore, New York City, London, and Melbourne, Miznon has proven its culinary prowess on a global scale. The first U.S. restaurant opened in 2018 in New York, marking the beginning of a new chapter in Miznon’s international journey.

At the heart of Miznon’s success is its founder, acclaimed chef Eyal Shani. Since opening his fine-dining restaurant HaSalon in Tel Aviv, Shani has been the inspiration and the leading chef of numerous highly successful restaurants. His influence is extensive as one of the leading figures in the Israeli culinary world, starring in the TV series Food for Thought and appearing on the panel of judges during the past six seasons of Israel’s Master Chef.

Miznon’s menu changes continuously to reflect the freshest produce but always uses a special pita crafted for Miznon by Israel’s world-famous Angel Bakeries.

Miznon is a restaurant to try if you love Mediterranean food, especially warm, soft pita sandwiches and deliciously innovative roasted cauliflower that bursts with flavor. Customers can also find kebabs and an inventive variety of raw-plated vegetables.


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The wild mushroom pita is on the menu if you’re a mushroom fan. It’s a pita filled with burned mushrooms, scallions, and a sour cream spread. You can also find a cheeseburger pita stuffed with a burger patty, burger aioli, and cheese. The Fish & Chips pita has fried fish, potatoes, and pickles. And there’s plenty more delicious selections of pita sandwiches.

The lamb kebab platter and slow-cooked tahini and beef are some more traditional Israeli meals worth trying at Miznon. Customers can satisfy their sweet dessert cravings with the malabi, a classic Middle Eastern milk and rice pudding with pistachios and topped with rose-strawberry syrup.


  • Miznon
  • Address: 2639 Main St., Dallas

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