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Tel Aviv Restaurants

Tel aviv has an astonishing variety of restaurants and one can be sure to find the place that caters to the specific cuisine that you desire when out and about in the city. Fast-food joints with both international and Israeli food choices, caf?s with expansive light menus, elegant restaurants with gourmet dishes, fresh-fruit stands and, of course, ice cream parlors are just some of the options.
The legendary Abu Hasan in Jaffa is famous for it's authentic Arab Hummus and is one of the famous fast-food places that Israel is famous for.  Raphael is a chic bistro which emphasis use of local produce and draws inspiration from cooking methods from around the world- it is also considered to be one of Tel Aviv's most elegant restaurants.  High-quality Kosher restaurants can also be found in Tel Aviv, including Lilith, a fine establishment that successfully juggles social awareness; teenagers-at-risk are employed as kitchen-staff in an attempt to introduce them to the professional world; and impressive culinary delights. Ice-cream parlors in Tel Aviv are an adventure-unto-themselves with traditional flavors found alongside weird and wonderful flavors such as alcohol liqueurs and the Middle-Eastern sweet Halva.
These are a just a mere handful of the exciting eating opportunities that Tel Aviv has to offer…

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The owner of Piccola Pasta, Yoav Shimoni is out to prove that an enjoyable dining experience in a lovely, relaxing atmosphere with a good glass of wine in hand doesn't have to break the bank.
The restaurant is tiny and immensely popular with it's simple, country-style Italian dishes. The dishes are flavorful, colorful and simply perfect, the wine list is extensive and the experience is always fun and down-to-earth.

Marcello's is a Grill Bar-style, kosher restaurant that is well-known for its simple yet excellent dishes.

Segev Express is located in the Ramat Hachayal neighborhood and has made a name for itself in specialization in gourmet fast food. The restaurant is named after celebrity chef Moshe Segev and is subsidiary to his Herzliya-based gourmet restaurant.  Segev Express is Moshe Segev's down-to-earth, Tel-Avivian creation and the dishes are Italian with Asian accents. The atmosphere is lovely, food satisfying and prices won't break the bank.
Segev uses local produce and creates fantastic dishes that are accompanied by a great choice of wines. The interesting eighties-themed décor, pleasant waiters/waitresses and varied menu result in a restaurant that hits all the right targets. Make sure to save room for the decadent desserts.

An oft-heard complaint is that bars simply don't serve food that is up to restaurant standard and, on the flip-side, restaurants don’t have satisfactory bars. Shila is the answer. Owner Sharon Cohen is dedicated to providing top-quality dishes in a relaxed bar-like setting. Catalonian cuisine plays a large role in the food, with Mediterranean influences laced in and those who love seafood and tapas' should look no further.
The design of the resto-bar is positively pub-like with a long central bar and additional seating areas, including those on an outdoor balcony. The menu is fairly priced and the dishes are creative and fresh. Service is excellent and the crowd is varied, with tourists mingling with locals.

Celebrity chef Nitzan Raz enjoyed much success from his original sushi Samba restaurant in Manhattan and as a result opened up a Tel Avivian outpost with the same Japanese-Brazilian-Peruvian fusion. The restaurant is sleek with two floors, the upper floor being the quieter of the two.
The combination of the Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian flavors create unforgettable tastes and the excitement of these cultures is reflected in the colorful and lively dining space. Sushi Samba is unarguably one of the top Sushi restaurants in Tel aviv and prices do reflect this, but for the loyal Sushi fans, the top-quality food is well worth it.

Frida Kahlo, the name of the famous Mexican painter has been adopted for the bar/restaurant that serves only starters and desserts. The location of the restaurant is in a stunning building on the corner of Allenby and Lilienblum. The restaurant has a long bar, plenty of sitting room, a private room, an authentic Latin ambience and some excellent food.
The menu is made up of four sections; vegetation, sea, meat and sweets. A couple can easily share four or five courses between them. Colorful, unique dishes created by the famous chef Yoav Bliman are complimented by the alcohol on offer.

Next to the Eretz Israel Museums one can find the popular café Anina. The exquisite café offers diners a quiet, refined bistro experience. Decorated in warm colors and with a European feel to it, Anina is the perfect place for breakfast or a light brunch. With excellent pastries, freshly-baked cakes and diverse menu including sandwiches, fish, salads and pasta, Anina has a wonderful selection of delicious foods on offer. There is an extensive wine and alcoholic drinks menu that creates the perfect additions to any meal.

Anina is also available for private events of up to 140 people.

Avant-Garde is a restaurant that has been on the Israeli scene for over a decade and was created in order to provide a classic American diner and sports bar with a rich menu. Their meat is high-quality, the atmosphere is cozy, the service is excellent, there is a great children's menu and their flagship dish- the Avant Garde Hamburger has won them national acclaim. Major games from around the world are transmitted non-stop and it is the perfect place to relax with friends.

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