A youthful, modern metropolis with a diverse population, Tel Aviv dates back only to 1909. Clubs, bars, a thriving arts community, gay life and beaches attract artists, musicians and young professionals to Tel Aviv's more secular scene. Its UNESCO-designated Bauhaus architecture has won the city the moniker "The White City." Walk, drive or catch cabs between the cultural exhibition pavilions of Haaretz Museum, historic Independence Hall Museum, bustling Carmel Market and Old Jaffa's boardwalk.
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4.5 based on 746 reviews
The Best Place To Eat Falafel And Enjoy A Causy Evening
Very busy with both lots of cooks, workers, helpers, and hungry customers.
While we waited in the long line with many happy customers dining or waiting to order their falafel, the employees would come and give samples to whet your appetite as you wait. Many people taking orders and making your falafel the way you want.
Very fresh pita and all the best ingredients.
It was a pleasure to watch them all in action.
Busy, busy, busy.... and we saw and tasted why.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Between yhuda halevi street & lilienblum street
This restaurant was AMAZING. Natalie our waitress was so knowledgeable about all of the wine and food and made our visit extremely special. We had 2 amazing bottles of wines, the antipasti veggies, Moroccan bread, the Moroccan cigar special, Sicily charcuterie, roka steak, ribeye, the malabie dessert, and the chocolate ball dessert. Everything was unreal and we would definitely go back!!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Restaurant Hours : every night from 19:00 till 23:30
Many locals come here for happy hour and the food are just great - we enjoy the dishes so much but our stomach cannot accommodate all. The hanger beef steak is great. The cream brulee lollipops and banana crumbs are must try. Overall the service is great and food is reasonably priced and delicious! Suggest to book for dinner.
5 based on 202 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 on tap. We have two locations in the Carmel market: Our day bar and beer store on 1 Rambam Street closes at 19:00, our restaurant and pub on 36 Yishkon Street closes at midnight or last costumer.
After a week of eating chicken and accompanying vegetables (which I like) the NY hot dog with mustard and sauerkraut was delicious. The Bazaar's selection of their own beers was very good. It's a great place to stop while shopping in the Mahaneh Yehuda Market.
4.5 based on 137 reviews
unbelievable - the place and streets around it were happening busy and active -lots young good looking man and women - interesting icicles and juices - lots of fun
4.5 based on 607 reviews
as the holidays up coming for April, please note we're closed on holiday evening and the day after.<br>You can call the restaurant to know exactly . Or through Facebook <br>See ya <br>Sharon
Ate our first dinner in Israel here and it was fabulous. Menus is simple, with only a few options but the food quality was excellent, great value, owner friendly and engaged with customers, authentic middle eastern music played. Save room for the ONLY dessert option - Home made baklava topped with ice cream, nuts, and delicious liqueur. You MUST eat here if visiting Tel Aviv!!!
4.5 based on 379 reviews
Not much to look at and easy to miss at the corner of Frishman and Dizengoff, this streetside hole in the wall serves delicious falafel and, through its twin right beside, assorted other pita sandwiches. Each is made to order with all of the usual toppings to pick from. At both you can garnish your Sandwich with little bowls of serve it yourself salads — sweet, sour, and pickled. Then take your seat at the outdoor countertop tables and eat like a local!
Slightly crisp on the outside, moist on the inside and not at all like the hard and dry falafel you find many places, this may not be the best falafel in the world (Paris’ L’as du Falafel comes to mind), but it is definitely up there with the best.
4.5 based on 734 reviews
Onza is the place where a young, vibrant Tel Aviv atmosphere combines with the magic and mystery of the Jaffa flea market to make a delicious restaurant “cocktail”. Here, a sophisticated and innovative bar is blended with a meticulous menu created by chefs Arik Darhani and Muli Magriso that gives Ottoman and Turkish cuisine a contemporary twist, using the finest ingredients and advanced cooking techniques. The outdoor scenery is composed of Jaffa alleyways that are filled with fascinating sights, scents, and ancient secrets on every corner, and this ideally complements the restaurant’s interior. Designed by architect Dan Troim, the restaurant features a large bar, tables that extend out into the street and a private room for events. Soft contemporary music accompanies you throughout your meal, linking the ambiance with perfect Tel Aviv-Jaffa entertainment. From the first bite to the last drop, you’ll understand why Onza’s motto is “Food & Vibe”.
With excellent drinks (double thumbs for the Little Turkish) and dishes, the Onza is definitely a great choice in Tel Aviv-Yafo. Fava Lima (humus dish) is very good, as is the seafood "Hanina" (seafood with vegetables) and the Turkish bread. The service is very good, and the place is very funky with good live music.
4.5 based on 313 reviews
In the Heart of the city close to the Carmel market you'll find a Home style - Israeli cuisine. Serving 7 days a week - Fresh home made Hummus, Shakshuka, Yemenite Jachnun Malawach, Israeli salads and more. Authentic atmosphere, friendly service and great variety. Affordable prices, tasty fresh food and welcoming service, making this place the No. 1 Choice in the area. You'll find The owners and the crew always helpful and in the end of each meal, the customers are served with an authentic black coffee on the house.
My wife and I ate there on the 24th feb 2018, we were so lucky as when we arrive we got a table straight away. The service was good, the food very good and the portions large. I had the vegan shakshuka, my wife the...Morewoooooowwwwwwwwww!!!!!! so happy to read your review :) thank you so much!
4.5 based on 113 reviews
Super friendly staff, nice atmosphere, good-mood music and really delicious food! Having good food while watching people shopping food at the market. A good choice of vegan and vegetarian food (salads, different styles of shakshuka,...) but also nice meat-options. The bar is perfect- therefore you have to consider that it is not easy finding seats there. Definitely worth waiting!
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