Enjoying takeout Asian delights from Nam is about the closest you'll get during these coronavirus days to eating in a restaurant
Defying the competition and its thin little patties, this new Tel Aviv eatery aims to restore the hamburger to its former glory, and does so to a good degree
Leave your sad, passé bakeries behind – Tel Aviv has two new stars offering a slew of addictive carb delights
Meat Market’s new sandwich place in the Carmel Market is working hard to make Ashkenazi food shine
Giveret Kuaitio, in the Carmel Market, Tel Aviv's street food mecca, seduces the eyes and conquers the stomach
New stands are replacing the stalls of yesteryear in Carmel Market, but this one is enjoyable for all the right reasons
Despite relatively high prices, Nordinyo is the eatery of the moment
Bshara Hinnawi proves our palates can still learn a thing of two about grilled meats
Raj Mahal, an Indian workers’ restaurant, is in the heart of Tel Aviv’s sooty garage area, but the one-man show offers one thing you can’t find anywhere else
Hakatzav Hayarok, Tel Aviv's newest vegan restaurant, offers the classic American diner experience and aims to recreate the experience of eating meat as much as possible
For the past three years, Batshon has been one of Tel Aviv's more popular options for purchasing fresh fish and seafood. Their new location on Carlebach Street features a very important upgrade
The Samarkand restaurant in south Tel Aviv disappointed in the savory pastry category, but terrific beef skewers and a summer version of a beloved soup more than made up for it
Fans of the popular dish are encountering new eateries that are making successful attempts to return shawarma to its glory days
Golda's location, hidden from the view of random passersby, means one must either deliberately go there or return there – not something we're about to do
To mark International Hamburger Day this week, our intrepid reporter samples his way through the dizzying choices
Shawarma that kills, a hot dog stand that delivers the goods, and a wok joint that offers tons of variety
Looking for a delectable street food experience? Imaginative pizzas, Parisian and Middle Eastern sandwiches and savory pastries with attitude will satisfy your palate at these hot spots
A walk along Yom Tov Street, parallel to Tel Aviv's iconic Carmel Market market, reveals bars, restaurants and newer food stalls, which create a scene of their own
The book, like the man behind it, is hard to categorize. It’s not a classic cookbook, but it isn’t an autobiography, either
From the meatiest burgers to the most divine sandwiches, from the best pizzas to mouthwatering bourekas, it's the city that always eats
The city’s fourth covered food shuk has little new to offer, but that hasn’t stopped the masses from flooding the place.
At Sabroso, a Mexican stand in the Carmel Market, you won’t find original twists, a cool vibe or food that photographs well. And that’s exactly what’s great about it.
We knocked on the takeaway window of Asian restaurant Florentin House, hoping to find another option for tasty dim sum in Tel Aviv.
Brooklyn Pizza is a pizza joint as good as anything across the sea, right on the border between highbrow and street food.
Great falafel, decent schnitzel, fresh salads – Tel Aviv’s Falafel Gabay has all this, but the highlights are an authentic Jerusalem mixed grill and deep-fried ‘wonder balls’ that really live up to their name.
This sandwich place is worth wading through the crowded market in the summer heat. And it offers vegan options, too.
Finally, a good reason to head to Sarona: Roshfeld’s Captain Curry.
Will one of America's most famous pizzas become another American dream crushed on the sands of Tel Aviv?
Bretagne Local Creperie in Tel Aviv will make you forget everything you thought you knew about French crepes.
This Jewish-American staple is hard to find in Israel, making Bagel Market a welcome addition to Tel Aviv's culinary scene.