Tel Aviv Restaurants

The city's cosmopolitan character is happily represented in its food, although stands selling the Middle Eastern fast food for which this part of the world is famous—such as falafel and shawarma—still occupy countless street corners. You'll find restaurants serving everything from American-style burgers to sushi and chili con carne. In contrast to Jerusalem, diners who keep kosher have to search for a kosher restaurant, aside from those in the hotels. A spate of new kosher establishments caters to a significant slice of the discerning dining market, but with the fairly rapid turnover of some Tel Aviv eateries, the concierge is still the best person to ask about the latest in kosher restaurants.

Most Tel Aviv restaurants, except those that keep kosher, are open seven days a week. Many serve business lunches at reasonable prices, making them less-expensive options than the price categories suggest. As elsewhere in the Mediterranean, Israelis dine late; chances are there will be no trouble getting a table at 7 pm, whereas past 10, diners may face a long line. Casual attire is always acceptable in Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv's restaurants are concentrated in a few areas: Sheinkin and Rothschild Streets, Basel, Ibn Gvirol Street, and the Tel Aviv Port.

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  • 1. HaBasta

    $$$$ | Center City | Mediterranean

    This tiny restaurant and wine bar, just a clutch of round tables on an alley just off Carmel Market, draws its inspiration from the market's...Read More

  • 2. Herbert Samuel

    $$$$ | Herzliya Pituach | Mediterranean

    Walking through the door of this understated but elegant dining room, you hear the energetic hum of good conversation. The upscale but accessible...Read More

  • 3. Hotel Montefiore Restaurant

    $$$$ | Center City | French

    The restaurant at this boutique hotel serves modern brasserie fare, throwing in a few Vietnamese touches for good measure. For starters, sample...Read More

  • 4. OCD

    $$$$ | Jaffa | Israeli

    The name (an acronym for obsessive-compulsive disorder) refers to the meticulous care chef Raz Rahav and his team pour into each elaborate dish...Read More

  • 5. Taizu

    $$$$ | Center City | Asian

    Part of the city's influx of Asian restaurants, the "Asia-terranean" kitchen of Taizu is a nod to the street food of India, China, Thailand...Read More

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