Tel Aviv Restaurants

The cultural makeup of Israel has developed a fusion of food because immigrants from Russia, Poland, Ukraine, France, Spain, Italy, Libya, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Morocco and, well, you get the picture, brought their methods of cooking, their ingredients, their recipes and their styles to Israel. This fusion has spawned some delicious dishes, as well as the ability for one restaurant to serve "Middle Eastern" or "Israeli" food, but still offer shnitzel(Eastern European) and shakshuka(Moroccan) on the same menu. You can eat cheaply and you can spend the big bucks at places like the Azrieli Observatory where diners look out onto the city from Israel's highest tower. While I don't recommend all foreign restaurants(stay away from Mexican and Chinese), there are some phenomenal French, Indian and Japanese restaurants. Come to Tel Aviv hungry and you'll leave with brand new cravings for things like shwarma, hummus with mushrooms and fatout.

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Suzanna

9 Shabazzi Street

A romantic, affordable restaurant in Tel Aviv's most picturesque neighborhood... read more

Mul Yam

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Hangar 24
Tel Aviv Port

On the list of the 140 best restaurants in the world... read more

Catit

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4 Hichal Hatalmod Street

Mediterranean fusion, expensive and romantic...
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Kimmel

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6 HaShahar Street

Mediterranean food served in a rustic Tuscan style... read more

Dr. Shakshuka

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3 Beit Eshel Street

North African cuisine, lots of spicy dishes for the heat lover... read more

Cordelia

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30 Yefet Street

Romantic French restaurant in Old Jaffa... read more

Forelin

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10 Frishman Street

French style seafood restaurant... read more

Manta Ray

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Alma Beach
Near Dan Panorama Hotel

Known for its tapas style appetizers for sharing...
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China Lee

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7 Montefiore Street

Come here for a filling and inexpensive lunch...
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Elimelech

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35 Wolfson

Old neighborhood pub, Jewish soul food... read more

Tel Aviv Brewhouse

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11 Rothschild Boulevard

Microbrewery serving pub favorites like wings and burgers... read more

Yotvata in Town

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78 Herbert Samuel Street

Bagels, blintzes and shakes; breakfast of champions!... read more

Whitehall Steak House

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6 Mendele Street
Off Ha-Yarkon Street

Casual steakhouse minutes from the beach hotels...
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Moon

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58 Bograshov Street

Revolving boat sushi; pay by the plate... read more

Agvania

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19 Shenkin Street

Paper-thin-crust Kosher pizza made in a brick oven... read more

Giraffe Noodle Bar

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49 Iben Gvirol Street
Near Ha-Bimah and Mann Auditorium

Trendy spot with sidewalk seating for great people watching... read more

Papagaio

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14 Ha'arba'a Street
near Carlebach Street

Meats of all kinds brought on demand to your table... read more

Kav 5

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268 Dizengoff

Kav 5 is a restaurant by day and a hotspot by night. Mondays are international night and starting in June, every Wednesday is Israeli music night... read more

Mike's Place

86 Herbert Shmuel

Mike's Place is probably the most famous American bar in Tel Aviv... read more

Viola's Cupcakes

154 Dizengoff

Viola's Cupcakes is the first cupcake store in Israel. The cupcakes are baked in the store; you can smell them even before you walk inside... read more
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