• Tel Aviv Two Bedrooms Shine with balconies on 10 Shenkin st Tel Aviv

Living up to its reputation as a diverse population, the dining possibilities of Tel Aviv do not disappoint. The choices are exceptionally variegated, both in terms of the price range and in terms of the cuisine. Food is a tremendous component of any culture, a fact of which Tel Aviv, as a still evolving, relatively new city, is well aware. From simple cafes with that great escapist ambiance to Middle Eastern fare, Tel Aviv has it all. In additional to the usual falafel and shawarma stands that you will find all over Israel, there are some more upscale restaurants, such as Alhambra, a gourmet and pricey French restaurant that is also Glatt Kosher. For those of you who are looking for that Barnes and Noble-esque experience, there is a bookstore/cafe called Bookworm. Tel Aviv offers Italian, Russian, South American, Middle Eastern, seafood, eclectic... You name it, Tel Aviv has it.

Different locations generally offer different types of fare. Trendier restaurants are usually located in central Tel Aviv, for example. Southern Tel Aviv has more falafel/shawarma stands and pizzerias than anything else. If you know where to look, however, Tel Aviv has little niche restaurants wherever you go. In southern Tel Aviv on Nachalat Binyamin Street, for example, you can find restaurants such as Orca, a chic and expensive French restaurant with a Cordon Bleu-trained chef.

Israel's most cosmopolitan city will not leave your palate lacking. A vacation in Tel Aviv is an excellent way to broaden your culinary horizons.

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