Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv District, Israel. Ramat Gan (Hebrew: רָמַת גַּן; Arabic: رَمَات چَان) is a city in the Tel Aviv District of Israel, located east of Tel Aviv. It is home to one of the world's major diamond exchanges, and many high-tech industries.
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4 based on 197 reviews
We saw in "Secret Tel Aviv" site that this place suppose to be among 10 best cocktail bars in town - what a dissapointment - no atmosphere - food below average - nobody pays attention or care about customers, you call the waiter 10 times and he does not even look (place is not that big..) they advertise champagne but its prosecco and finally when we paid the bill we add a 20% tip service and the waiter claim " service its not included and he wants more tip" we said you do not deserve more than 20% ...it waa awkward and unconfortable, that man standing there demanding more tip when he has not earn half of it ! Terrible, somehow I dont think they are ready for tourist - they are use to serve few neighbours but to cater for tourist they need to raise their game and control their attitude
4 based on 397 reviews
Great place for a cool drink with a huge range of speciality beers and ales. Lots of lagers and stouts from all over the world. We did not eat this time. It's a treat to get out of the sun and have a quality pint. Will be back.
4 based on 686 reviews
Bicicletta is a local and vibrant bar and restaurant with the best backyard in TLV. Our location next to the market allows us to have a daily menu depending on local seasonal product.
Located in courtyard this lovely place is far from noisy streets. Menu is short but tasty. I can recommend Beef Pizza (minced meat on focaccia) and Turkey sandwich (with Brie, olives, truffle sauce). We were with our 4years daughter and staff kindly served sandwich âdeconstructedâ). So my daughter could eat turkey only and I ate the rest).
4 based on 251 reviews
Join us on our two locations at the Carmel market : 1 Rambam st $ 36 Yishkan st. The Beer Bazaar is the first and only place in Tel Aviv that specializes in Israeli craft beer. We serve 100 different brands of Israeli beers, including our very own brews o
Perfect not just for having a drink but also meeting friendly and relaxed people from all over the world. The variety of local beers is spectacular, the staff friendly and helpful. Prices are very fair, definitely a place you have to see (among so many others) in Israel.Close to the market and other bars/restaurant, but you really do not need to go elswhere.
4 based on 249 reviews
We organised a meet with some friends who were in Tel Aviv for the Eurovision Song Contest, as a lot of places donât like to reserve out their tables (âmost cafes are very small), these guys were happy to reserve a 20 seat placing for us, a huge win to begin with. The staff handled our group of 20 with ease despite us coming from all four corners of the globe, with different eating habits, and of course, varying degrees of English. The food was excellent, we were very well looked after, and above all our day was a huge success in no small part to the team at the streets cafe! Couldnât be happier! Thanks so much
5 based on 58 reviews
A neighborhood cocktail bar that specializes in classic cocktails. Over a 1000 classics to choose from!
The best bartenders in town. Cozy and fun. A small place to have a drink and have a small conversation
5 based on 328 reviews
Bar- Restaurant, happy Casual dinning . Mediterranean, traditional Israeli food. Meet & fish, Vegetarian Friendly, beers & cocktails.
Good atmosphere, good service and a nice place to sit and relax in the market.The food is OK+ - I had a Balkan Shakshuka that was served with small sides of salad and a fresh bread.However, the egg in the Shakshuka was a little runny and I was not asked if this is how I like my egg. The restaurant did not have wholemeal or other non-white bread to serve with the dish.The house beer "Malca" is very nice and smooth.Reasonable prices.
4 based on 198 reviews
In 2009, Gusto restaurant opened its doors, and influenced the culinary Italian discourse in Israel. Gusto is using the best quality ingredients from the authentic Italian cuisine. Gusto's chef serves dishes which combine traditional kitchen, with creativ
We really liked the atmosphere, the service and the music.The dishes were great, must try the pizza!We will defenetly come again.
4 based on 1625 reviews
Restaurant Hours : every night from 19:00 till 23:30
Went here on a recommendation of my clients. I can see why this is one of the top restaurants in Tel Aviv. The current location is very cosy. However I understand they will be moving to larger premises within a couple of months.They have three sittings: 6pm, 8pm, 10pm. Donât bother trying to get in at 8pm or 10pm if you donât have a reservation.They have happy hour from 6-7pm with discounted pricing.10/10 for atmosphere, service, quality of food. Everything was delicious and moorish. I went alone and so sat at the bar. Other dinners were very friendly and I felt quite comfortable being there in my own. Reasonable prices for Tel Aviv. Definitely try any specials of the day and the creme brÃ»lÃ©e lollipops!
4 based on 431 reviews
Went there for drinks with customers from the UK. The waitress offered us a tray with samples of all the different beers that the place offers. I personally loved the pale ale. There is a selection of about 8 different beers, all brewed locally. Actually one side of the resturaunt actually borders on the brewery itself. We also had a bite to eat. The food is good, but the beer is definitely the main attraction here. I believe we all drank a little more that we should have. All in all even though the beer and food aren't exactly cheap, we had a great time. Definitely recommended.
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