Known globally for the quality of its food, Tel Aviv is a treat for a foodie. Be it street food, beachside food, cafes or posh restaurants, you won’t be disappointed with what you get.
Unlike other places in the world, the restaurants in Tel Aviv provide ample choice to vegetarians as it does to meat lovers. The menu is very innovative and ranges over from delicious sea food to Kobe beef. Not only this, there is a very enterprising wine list that compliments your food to the very end. For those who want to attain a typical high, eating up various types of scrumptious foods, Tel Aviv is the right destination to be in on a sunny day.
Assessing the ratings provided by the foodies in the city, here is a list of top 7 restaurants in Tel Aviv where you must check in to take a bite.
The dining destination offers a unique delight both for the eyes and palate. Known for its contemporary architectural styles and different color zones settings for the dining and bar area, Messa can be termed as the best in terms of variety on the menu. Be it the dish of Kobe beef or self made pastas, the eating joint doesn’t stop from surprising its customers every time.
2. Abu-Hasan (Ali Karavan)
Located on the boundary of Jaffa and Tel Aviv, Abu-Hasan, for the past 40 years, is known to serve the best fresh and creamy Humus in whole of Tel Aviv. Being in the city and leaving without having spoilt oneself with a helping of fresh Humus accompanied with pita bread and fresh onion would be depriving the taste buds of the unique experience.
Part of Dan Hotel, the Raphael eatery uses local produces to dish out fine courses of global cuisines. Though the prices are low but the quality is superior to many others. To top it all, energetic chefs and waiters ensure you are served with the best food while you enjoy the sea side view from your table.
4. Manta Ray
Manta Ray is scenically positioned a couple of metres away from the Alma beach. The eating joint offers a menu that includes luscious seafood and 15 different kinds of mezze. Foods such as labeneh cheese, tahini, and salmon tartar are accompanied by homemade Balkan bread.
5. Thai House
This lovely little restaurant is the only Asian eating joint in Tel Aviv. You are sure to get food stuffs that are as spicy as you will get anywhere in Thailand. You can try delicious Tom Yam soups and Num Tok Nah or sea food in green curry for lunch. The sitting space is limited and you may need to book your table in advance.
Adventurous and young chefs in this restaurant ensure that you are treated with the best kosher. Arguably the best kosher provider in the region, 2C is one of the many reasons why countless tourists visit the capital city annually.
Working astonishingly well for the past 10 years, Onami is the place you should visit if you are interested in eating Japanse dishes. The best on offer is Agadashi Tofu and having tried it once, you will certainly not regret it. You can also enjoy the wide range of Sushi in this place.
There are certainly a range of places to eat out in Tel Aviv, but among the best in its class where you would be assured of value for money are the places that we tried out and recommend here.
Mike Chapman is a travel enthusiast who also possesses a passionate palate for delectable foods. He has penned down three books based on travel theme and writes a travel blog regularly. For his unmatched sense of food & travel, he is regarded as one of the very best in the business. Tel Aviv Apartments are famous for its hospitality service and The Sea Apartments in Tel Aviv are providing best facilities to its customers.
This is his first guest blog post for Travefy.