The Best Restaurants in Tel Aviv

A LOCAL GUY FROM TEL AVIV REVIEWING THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN THE CITY

Who is the guy behind the blog?

Hi everyone
Welcome to my brand new blog which will be dedicated to reviewing all the best restaurants in Tel Aviv!
My name is David, I am 33 years old and I’m living in Tel Aviv for 10 years now. I opened this blog so I can share with the world one of my biggest passions in life – eating in good restaurants!

Recent reviews

M25 Meatmarket Tel Aviv

I have a confession to make. One I’m a little bit ashamed of. Here goes. Until a few days ago, I had no idea the western part of the Camel Market was home to the M25 meat restaurant. There. I’ve said it. Why am I so embarrassed about my M25-related

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Moon Sushi Tel Aviv

Last Friday morning, I hit the streets of Tel Aviv with my good friend, Roy (you may remember him from my reports on Nina Sushi and the Lumina). We hadn’t seen each other for a while, so had some catching up to do. After a few hours exploring the busy

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Jasmino’s Pita – Love at first sight

In today’s episode of “Best Restaurants in Tel Aviv”, I’m going to tell you all the things you should know about Jasmino’s Pita. The special pita that has been driving people crazy in Tel Aviv for the past 18 months. “Are you serious David?! A pita?!  I thought you were

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Taizu Restaurant

Since it launched six years ago, Taizu has treated guests to a diverse selection of Asian dishes prepared with true expertise. The menu was created based on a comprehensive study conducted by chef Yuval Ben Neria, undertaken in kitchens across China, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand and India. The restaurant has been

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West Side TLV Kosher Restaurant

What’s up, guys? This time, I decided to let my audience choose the place for my next review — after all, they’re for you, loyal reader. Just for you. I conducted a special survey on my Instagram‘s story to source ideas from my followers. I wanted to know which of

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Lumina by Meir Adoni Kosher Restaurant

One of my best friends, Roy (who you all know from my recent post on Nina Sushi), married his lovely partner a few weeks ago. Mazal tov! At the wedding itself, when we were both drunk and feeling good about life, we made an exciting plan: once he and his

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