Each and every city is defined by few key factors. Hence, in order to understand what’s Tel Aviv is all about, you have to dine and wine there. And this rise the question as old as time and relevant everywhere: where to eat in Tel Aviv? There are many options to consider, and in order to have some clarity and order, you’re more than welcome to visit “Eat in TLV” website, where you’ll find all the key places and restaurants laid out for you in a convenient and simple interface, alongside with all the relevant information about each and every place.
How to Decide Where to Eat in Tel Aviv?
As stated, many people struggle with the question where to go out to eat – on a daily basis. In order to choose a restaurant correctly, one must consider the following:
- Personal preferences – kosher or non-kosher, vegan, gluten-free etc.
Once you have all of this sorted out, the answers would probably come by themselves. Combined with high ratings on index websites and reviewing services, this is the most accurate information you may need in order to find the best place to dine in.
When you want to maximize your trip experience, you will need to focus on the places that will answer your needs in the best possible way. In previous posts, we discussed budget issues in the best fancy high-end restaurants and the low budget street food stands (mostly in the markets).
The location is a key factor to for choosing a place, nobody wants to go to the other side of the city for a restaurant or bar, everyone want it to be in nearby preferably in the neighborhood you’re staying at. Convenience is a key factor and we have discussed many of the important topics in choosing the right place to eat in what to do in Tel-aviv article and in various posts which discus best bars, best clubs and best restaurants in the city.
Now, let’s talk a bit about personal preferences, unique spots with a certain theme that are a bit out of the ordinary, place that will make you go WOW and tell your friends all about it.
Here’s a short list of signature places with a unique theme
Hasalon is a unique fix price restaurant by the eccentric renowned chef, Eyal shani, which opens twice a week and offers a daily changing menu. The food is seasonal and prepared in front of the diners in a big industrial hall and cool vibes.
Little Prince Cafe
Little prince Cafe is a coffee shop inside a library which offers in addition to very good coffee and delicious food, the option to rent or buy antique and rare books. The place is hosting book readings and live music shows, creating a social unique atmosphere.
Hamezeg is a trendy all you can drink bar located in the northern part of Ibn Gabirol street. the place offers its customers a few drinking routes, each route is priced according to the options quality. You will get a bracelet with the color of your route and drink as much as you like throughout the night.
Teder is an outdoor club, located in an industrial passage hosting various changing DJ’s and some of the best parties in the city. In the same compound you will be able to enjoy the delicious Romano food which offers some cool Israeli street food.
Strategic Locations and Timing for Finding Great Offers
Besides the information you already got, finding a good restaurant, café or bar is also connected to the ability to come in on “Happy Hour” or “Business Lunch” periods of time. Most of the cafes and restaurants have this option during noon time, while many pubs offer deals like 1+1 early in the evening. Many places advertise their offerings both outside and on the social media, so it’s always easy to find the best use for your money by choosing the most lucrative options for where to eat in Tel Aviv on weekdays or weekends.