Established in 1941, this cafe boasts that it is Tel Aviv's oldest Jewish restaurant still in business. Indeed, there is a quality to the place, ... More
Established in 1941, this cafe boasts that it is Tel Aviv's oldest Jewish restaurant still in business. Indeed, there is a quality to the place, beyond the historic photos on the walls and the traditional Ashkenazi Jewish menu, an authenticity that only comes with time. The menu offers first courses like eggplant salad, pickled cabbage and stuffed latkes. Main courses include such delicacies as goulash, cholent, kishke and gefilte fish. Wash it down with a fine espresso or a shot of arak.
A short walk from the heart of Tel Aviv, Inter Continental David Tel Aviv, is a lavish hotel that boasts
of deluxe rooms, a presidential suite, executive suites and club continental rooms. The outdoor pool has massage jets and ...
While visiting the heart of Israel, get pampered at the Renaissance Tel Aviv Hotel. The non smoking Renaissance Tel Aviv
Hotel offers the best location to the beach and easy access to business, shopping and entertainment.Located in the city ...
Its interior features dark wood and gold trim, but the restaurant's centerpiece is the massive gold tank used for brewing
the three beers offered: a dark, red and a golden. What better to accompany a rich, finely brewed beer ...