Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs & Eateries in Tel Aviv
Judy is a veteran “Tel-Avivnik” she is a travel writer and a foodie – she shares her favorite eating places in the city.
Current Covid-19 health regulations require you to present the Green Pass before entering a restaurant.
- Branch: 45 Rothschild Avenue
- Branch: Sarona Market
- HaNamal (The Port)
Pure bliss – all you have to do is love chocolate. Hand-made chocolates, waffles, hot chocolate in various flavors, omelets, pizza and other delicious coffee-shop meals. Book online!
Ibn Gvirol 24
“Low-tech ice cream” is how Ice Berg describes their product. Ice creams with interesting flavor combinations: wild berries and tarragon, mandarin orange and basil and silky chocolate and also fluffy, fruity flavored sorbets.
- Hafuch or lemonana? Popular Israel food & drink.
- Follow the humble chickpea on the pita, hummus & falafel trail
- Herbs & Spices of the Israeli Kitchen
At the Port (North)
Food that is good for you: fish, salad bar and vegetarian. Good soups, wonderful fresh salmon and delicious desserts. Kosher too.
11 Eliashiv (Yemenite quarter), near Nachalat Benyamin
After wondering through Nachalat Benyamin Craft-Market on Tuesdays and Fridays, take in a delicious meal at Shaul’s Inn. Soups, lamb, shishlik and more – all prepared in the traditional Yemenite way.
- Rotschild 29
- Sarona Market
Open 24/7, Benedict is well known for the 12 different breakfasts. Of course you have to try their signature Eggs Benedict as well the blueberry pancakes, freshly baked bread, bagels and fresh juices. Be prepared to wait for a table.
2 Mendele St. (near the American Embassy and the close to the beach)
Traditional Irish Pub in the middle of Tel-Aviv. Choose from fish & chips, pies, sandwiches and around 20 different types of beer. Molly Bloom’s also screens most major rugby, soccer and basketball matches live on TV.
More of Judy’s favorite places
Betty Ford on Nachalat Benyamin – Steakhouse
Moses on Rothschild Blvd. – Burgers in a variety of styles