Miznon (Hebrew: מזנון) is an Israeli chain of contemporary casual restaurants for foodies created by chef Eyal Shani with branches around the world.
The first Miznon opened in Tel Aviv in 2011.
Miznon puts a spotlight on pita bread, served fresh from the oven with inventive fillings such as moussaka, ratatouille and lobster with crème fraîche.
Writing in The New Yorker food critic Hannah Goldfield describes Miznon itself as "a small, beloved international chain." In describing the food, Goldfield wrote, "It seems almost unfair to compare Miznon pita to any other pita. Miznon pita is plush, Miznon pita is pillowy—I would happily take a nap on a stack of Miznon pita."
Richard Vines, restaurant reviewer for Bloomberg, described the food at Miznon, Tel Aviv, as "superb and inexpensive... The pita itself is soft and fluffy, more like a folded pancake than bread," while the meat wrapped inside the pita bread "has great depth."
Miznon has locations in Paris, Vienna, Melbourne, and New York. While some dishes are served across the chain, each location serves unique dishes created by Eyal for that particular neighborhood and city.