On trendy north Ben Yehuda Street, this always-packed temple to creative seafood attracts a stylish crowd.
With its prime location on the Mediterranean Sea, Manta Ray radiates atmosphere from moment one—especially in the morning.
The bright flavors of the Far East meld with the warmth and hospitality of Old Jaffa at this raucous sushi joint.
This restaurant-cum-event has no set menu, and offers two seatings a night in a renovated loft in Tel Aviv’s trendy Noga neighborhood.
This gorgeous gem of a bistro, located in the smart lobby of the Mendeli St. Hotel, is an homage to the tastes and textures of Chef Yossi Shitrit's Israeli childhood, but the result is utterly modern.
It doesn’t get fresher than Kitchen Market, whose upscale open kitchen competes for attention with the jaw-dropping views outside of its sweeping second-story windows.
This tri-level grocery-cum-eatery in the city’s Bauhaus-rich historic core is the latest venture from lifestyle entrepreneurs Mati and Ruti Broudo.
Restaurant Hotel Montefiore
On the ground floor of the stylish Hotel Montefiore sits its excellent and eponymous restaurant, a dapper, hushed brasserie whose Francophone menu has only benefitted from an injection of Vietnamese charm.