Must-visit restaurants in Tel Aviv for foodie deals
Often described as reliable, generous and delicious, Coffee Bar is an ideal place to indulge on great food and wine with a date, family, or friends. Throw in great dining deals, and you’ll know why this eatery has consistently kept a loyal fan base for over 20 years. For those who crave more than their mouth-watering burger, Coffee Bar ups the ante with a dinner deal, adding an appetizer and a side dish for NIS 68. And the apps are nothing to scoff at - with options like beef carpaccio, chicken liver pate or fried cauliflower - you are covered.
Normally, buffets bring back unwelcome memories of Soup Plantation or worse - Vegas. But Cafe 65 has the brunch bunch on lock with their creative - and delicious offerings. Outside visitors and guests of the hotel are both welcome to dig in to the seriously all-you-can-eat delicious breakfast and brunch - boasting Israeli staples like melt-in-your mouth bourekas and a thoughtfully-curated sabich bar. The varied and colorful offering showcases fresh salads, cheeses, fresh and pickled fish, a healthy corner with nuts, granola, oats and the like, plus a selection of homemade breads, fluffy rolls, decadent pastries, sweet and savory cakes and a host of fresh-squeezed juices.
Hip and happening in the funky Florentin neighborhood, Dalida is a trendy place to see - and be seen. If you go during regular hours, you may be a bit peeved by the serving sizes - dishes are so delicious, you are always salivating for more, more, more. That's where the awesome happy hour comes in - Sunday through Thursday, from 17:00-19:00 all dishes (except desserts) are 50% off. Yup, they are. And for the drinkers in the house, from 18:00-20:00 all wine bottle prices are slashed by 50%. Find their full set of deals online.