Delicatessen is a deli located in central Tel Aviv known for its baked-goods, salads, sandwiches and on-the-go foods. Not only is the food great, but the atmosphere and outdoor seating make it great for dining in for breakfast or lunch. This restaurant uses low-heat in their cooking to create a variety of options and flavors, and uses the most high-quality products to prepared foods fresh each day. About 9 years ago, Delicatessen expanded their restaurants and bakeries to make it convenient for consumers to stop by and grab a bouquet of flowers, desserts, deli foods, cheeses, breads, and a bottle of wine. The owner of Delicatessens is well-known throughout Israel and has several other successful establishments throughout the country that always receive high praise for their quality of food and service.
A beautiful garden cafe located in Tel-Aviv, minutes away from the beach, with great prices and amazing food.
The battle of the best Romanian kebab is a never-ending story. For over 50 years, the Haim Nello grill has upheld its glory. The dishes at Nello's are known throughout the country and people come from all corners to have the experience again and again. The decoration of the restaurant is that of a Romanian home, which creates a homely atmosphere. Other than the famous grilled dishes, one will also find a whole raft of Romanian salads and desserts.
Amongst the finest restaurants in Tel Aviv, Alena restaurant offers an exciting menu that enhances European-inspired favourites with Mediterranean & Galilean flourish. Quality, local ingredients, a broad menu including vegan dishes, hearty favourites and some special additions are at the heart of an inclusive Alena experience. Breakfast is an abundant feast, followed by a stunning all day menu that’s available throughout The Norman Hotel. Enjoy alfresco dining on the terrace, the bustle of the Alena dining room or the intimacy of the private dining room. There really is something for everyone, in a setting for all.
The origin story of the modern Israeli Georgian kitchen Deda has roots in a small village nestled in the Caucasus Mountains of Eastern Europe. The main heroine of the story is a woman named Nelly, who grew up watching her mother create delicious and warm stews, pastries, and meats that to her were the epitome of home. Years later Nelly prepared these same recipes in her own kitchen in Israel for her son Gore. He saw how much joy his mother received from feeding anyone and everyone who would walk through her door.. In 2008 Gore decided to pay homage to his mother and expanded her love of cooking by opening the original Deda, in Central Israel.
Chef Eyal Shani is a native Jerusalemite who received his culinary education from his grandfather, a dedicated vegan and agronomist who exposed his grandson to the variety of Israel’s culinary scene. Over the last decade or so, Shani has been one of Israel’s food pioneers, serving Mediterranean taste freshly and conveniently in a pita with seasonal vegetables, fish,and meat. The name of the game at Miznon is recognizable innovation. The pita is the beating heart of Israeli comfort food. It’s the perfect model for translating the language of Mediterranean food around the world and combining that food with other foods. Miznon is now in several locations around the globe with its most recent additions popping up in the trendy New York neighborhood of Chelsea.