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. Ashtor

    $$ | North Tel Aviv | Café

    This small corner café, a neighborhood favorite, is where you can catch a glimpse of the beauty of European café culture. Coffee is the main...Read More

  • 2. Benedict

    $$ | Center City | Café

    Celebrating the love that Israelis have for breakfast, this restaurant with simple and sunny decor features many variations on the morning meal...Read More

  • 3. Café Bialik

    $ | Center City | Café

    This veteran of Tel Aviv café culture is the perfect complement to a stroll down historic Bialik Street. Plenty of restaurants serve more or...Read More

  • 4. Café Mersand

    $ | Center City | Café

    For a taste of the best of the local hipster scene, score a table on this eatery's sunny sidewalk. The older customers, some of whom have been...Read More

  • 5. Café Metzada

    $$ | Center City | Café

    A varied but simple menu—including steak, salads, sandwiches, and pasta—makes this a good place to recharge after a day at the beach or a nice...Read More

  • 6. Café Xoho

    $ | Center City | Café

    Doubling as an art-and-music haven for locals, this inviting neighborhood café will make you feel as if you're in someone's fun and relaxing...Read More

  • 7. Puaa

    $ | Jaffa | Café

    In the heart of the Jaffa Flea Market, Puaa's lumpy sofas and slightly battered tables and chairs make for a kick-your-shoes-off atmosphere...Read More

  • 8. Sonya Getzel Shapira

    $ | Center City | Café

    This quirky café, decorated with antique glass lamps and other flea-market finds, has a refreshingly relaxed feel. A black-and-white-checked...Read More

  • 9. Ilan's Coffee Shop

    $ | Center City | Café

    The 20 types of coffee, including brews from Brazil, Papua New Guinea, Colombia, and Ethiopia, are not the only attraction at Ilan's. The coffee...Read More

  • 10. Rega Café

    $ | Center City | Café

    Tel Aviv is characterized by kiosks in the center of the streets, and one of the best is Rega Café. It serves simple food alongside excellent...Read More

  • 11. Sus Etz

    $ | Center City | Café

    If you're hungry after shopping on Sheinkin Street, this simple café is great for taking a load off. The menu is extensive, including a tempting...Read More

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