There’s a little to no resemblance at all between Tel Aviv and Delhi, but it’s no obstacle for the Israeli to enjoy their Indian restaurant Tel Aviv at all times and never give up on their curry. Checking out the information on Eat in TLV website will help you find the best Indian places in town. And you can be sure that most of them are created by true admirers of the country, considering the fact that many Israeli choose to travel there right after the completion of their military service. So, you can be sure that all the dishes are prepared with the great love and respect to both culture and cuisine.
How to Pick Indian Restaurant Tel Aviv?
When you’re choosing a place to dine in, you’re literally picking a place in which you’ll spent the next few hours, it’s a shame to waste a precious night in your vacation on a low-grade restaurant. this why we have taken the liberty in screening some of the restaurants for you and you can find the best Indian food in Tel-aviv right here. below are some categories in which we screened out for the best places.
- Original menu
- critics vote
- Tel avivians favorites
All these can be checked ahead in a special index sites with categorization and rating system – the best way to choose your fun.
We love Indian food in Tel-aviv
A few restaurants that shine over the rest are simply because they’ve been making better food, all other factors always come in second, here’s some restaurant we recommend
Captain curry is an Indian restaurant which was opened by one of the most respected chefs in Israel, Jonathan Roshfeld. The place has affordable food prices with the same chef’s quality as in all his restaurants.
Salam Bombay is a daily working class authentic restaurant that offers a real Indian buffet just like on the Bombay small family restaurants, it is cheap and clean and you’ll definitely come back for some more.
Ma Pau is a trendy Indian restaurant opened by an Indian family serving authentic food from their mother’s kitchen. You can sit on the bar or on the outdoor tables which is even more interesting, watching the lively Nahalat binyamin street.
The Pricing and the Reasons it May Vary
Indian food is not always cheap, but sometimes the price has nothing to do with the food itself. For example, location in the heart of Tel Aviv may lead to higher prices, due to higher rent and local taxing rates. Additionally, some places use more highly qualitative products, including fresh meat, organic vegetables, good alcohol, fresh spices and other things that Indian restaurant Tel Aviv cannot be complete without. Hence, the best you choose – the more you pay, but if you make sure it worth it, you won’t regret it.