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9 Nights in Tel Aviv

OliverB | Apr 14, 2012 05:44 AM

I will be in Tel Aviv for 9 nights in mid-August and would like some help with our dining itinerary.

I'm looking for a mix of unique high end fine dining, fresh market stalls, and delicious no frills Israeli comfort foods with the emphasis always on the highest quality regionally sourced produce. I would like to get a well rounded sense on the local food scene.

I have a list below which was thrown together years back, probably with the help of TA. I've yet to review every restaurant and so it may not be up to date. Before I go through this list, I would appreciate some quick feedback - if there are any immediate standouts that should be dissuaded or alternatively, recommended, please let me know!

If you've any other suggestions, I would greatly welcome them!

If you had 9 nights and 10 days to eat your way through Tel Aviv, how would you go about planning your itinerary:

• Catit

• Raphael

• Herbert Samuel

• Cordelia

• Messa

• Onami

• Adora

• Aladin

• Coffee Bar

• Segev Express

• Haj Kahil

• Thai House

• Orna & Ella

• Piccola Pasta

• Benedict

• Dallal

• Noa Bistro

• Abu Nassar-Hinnawi

• Cafe Suzanna

• Abu-Hassan (Ali-Karavan)

• Bezalel Market - Falafel Stalls!

• Carmel Market

• Napoleon Patisserie

• Max Brenner

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