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Tel Aviv eating
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Eat out in Tel Aviv
Eat out in Tel Aviv

Looking for somewhere to eat in Tel Aviv? Want to impress a friend, relative or business associate with your knowledge of where is the right place to be seen in?  Well, here's some handy tips of places to eat in Tel Aviv courtesy of Think Israel.

Tel Aviv boasts well over 100 restaurants, from the cheap and cheerful to the expensive.

Here's a pick of what is available.

Manta Ray
Beach restaurant, open-air pavilion that overlooks the beautiful stretch of the Tel Aviv coast. Famous for 12 ever changing small appetizers from the middle eastern tradition, as well as contemporary and exotic variations. (Tel:+972-3-5174773)

Orca
Set in a classic 1930’s Bauhaus structure in the heart of Tel Aviv, French cuisine is a restaurant with equal emphasis on style and sustenance…among the best first courses, glazed goose liver, calamari scented with rosemary, large ravioli with crab meat. (Tel: +972-3-5665505)

Boya
Seafood and fish. This restaurant was Bill Clinton’s restaurant of choice when he visited Israel.

Giacommetti
Serves Italian/ Californian food set on the grounds of the Tel Aviv museum surrounded by sculptures. (Tel: +972-3-6951993)

Bellini
Italian restaurant set in the trendy area of Neve Tzedek – must try the Tiramisu! (Tel: +972-3-5178486)

Doda
Middle eastern kosher cuisine in beautiful setting with a terrace (Tel: +972-3-5107002/1)

Papagaio
Brazilain – a must for meat lovers! (Tel: +972-3-5626888)

Nana Bar
Bar restaurant style (Tel: +972-3-5161915)

Humus Ashkara
Authentic fast food – popular northern Tel Aviv humus joint, tasty homemade dishes served at low prices.

Messa
One of the most beautiful restaurants in Israel, and even ranked by Conde Nast Traveller, one of the world’s best restaurants: a white dining room with marble floors, high ceilings, diaphanous Delano-style draperies, exquisite chandeliers, and an equally lavish all-black bar. Definitly a place to impress! (Tel: +972.3 685 6859)

For more information: www.thinkisrael.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



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