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The 10 Best Restaurants in Tel Aviv

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Tel Aviv continues to impress tourists and locals alike with its wide variety of high quality restaurants. With influences from Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisines, these top 10 restaurants brought to you by Haaretz writer Libby Sperling showcase the reason why people love to eat out in Tel Aviv!

Check out two favorites that made the top 10 list:

Zuk Farm

In summer, most of the seating is outdoors without any cover from the scorching heat and the service here is not always the best, but if you manage to snatch a seat at the bar or in the air conditioning, you’ll have a perfect time.

Nestled in the commercial center of north Tel Aviv, this true farm-to-table restaurant receives daily deliveries of fresh fruit and vegetables, unusual cuts of meat, and herbs from a farm in the Ella Valley. The chef and grill staff will are there to make your culinary dreams come true. The menu also hosts various fish prepared with a range techniques.

Yaffo-Tel Aviv

This restaurant by renowned Israeli chef Haim Cohen is just what its name implies: a quintessential combination of everything Tel Aviv and Jaffa — with hints of Jerusalem and lots of Europe. Fresh ingredients meet innovative techniques and a staff that consistently manages to change frequencies. 

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