Restaurants in Tel Aviv
Stop here for shakshuka (a Tunisian egg, tomato, and red pepper stew).
A wide variety of Middle Eastern-inflected seafood, served on a terrace steps from the Mediterranean.
Tel Aviv was woefully lacking in quality kosher restaurants until the arrival of this upscale fish-and-dairy establishment in the city’s industrial center.
A modern take on Mediterranean staples with a focus on Moroccan dishes.
This restaurant has closed.
Char-grilled seafood of all types.
A trendy bistro.
Little Prague exults in a wonderful version of the Czech classic veprove koleno—a marinated and slow-roasted pork knuckle with a hint of rye, which in the hands of the chef is flaky and light. There is also a heroic schnitzel and excellent Staropramen and dark Kozel beer on tap.