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The 10 Best Restaurants in Tel Aviv

Indagare’s favorite hot spot restaurants change all the time, but there are some staples in each of the destinations we love that never go out of style. Here is our current short list for the best restaurants in Tel Aviv.

Contact Indagare for assistance planning a vacation to Tel Aviv. Our specialists can book you at the hotel that is right for you and plan great meals at the following restaurants.

Best Restaurants in Tel Aviv for Lunch

  • Hot Spot: Tzfon Abraxas, a hip, vegetable-centric restaurant helmed by famed local chef Eyal Shani that is great for a long lunch (and has a fantastic playlist of Israeli and 1980s music).
  • Quick Break: Miznon, a lauded grab-and-go pita spot, or Dallal, a casual café with light lunch fare and alfresco seating.
  • Relaxed but Refined: Popina serves delicious French-inspired fare with a lively atmosphere.
Related: The 10 Best Restaurants in Jerusalem

Best Restaurants in Tel Aviv for Dinner

  • Big Night Out: Milgo & Milbar: This accessible but upscale spot located in a classic Bauhaus-style historic house creates modern Israeli fare with a unique international twist.
  • Relaxed but Refined: Opa: This vegan restaurant is helmed by a female chef and features a small degustation menu in a hidden speakeasy type space; best for couples.
  • Cocktails: Library Bar, the chic, 1940s colonial-style bar at the Norman Hotel.
  • Foodie Favorite: Claro, which serves innovative Israeli food with global influences in a preserved wine distillery that still holds the original limestone walls and frescoes.
Contact Indagare for assistance planning a vacation to Tel Aviv. Our specialists can book you at the hotel that is right for you and plan great meals at the following restaurants.

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