By day this Middle Eastern favorite is where Tel Aviv parents take their kids to run around while they eat, but by night it's one of the city's better-known watering holes. Come winter, the fireplace offers a cozy escape from the cold. Menu favorites include crispy calamari, as well as Greek salad with squares of tangy feta drizzled with olive oil and fresh herbs.
Jul 23, 2009
we came to israel for a vacation never thinking about the nights in tel aviv. on our first night in tel aviv we went for a walk in the old harbur, there we found shalvata a great resturant & bar the atmosphire was great the food was excellent we had great fun and came back every night. don't forget to make a reservation because the place is full at night.