Tel Aviv may average out to more than 320 sunny days per year, but those few rainy ones can be crippling for a culture that isn’t used to rainfall. Basically, it doesn’t take long for streets to turn into swampy swimming pools and for people to do everything they can to stay inside. With winter upon us, we’re making things easy for you. Tel Aviv has everything from affordable Asian street food to highbrow brasserie fare available just by picking up the phone (or not…some even allow web orders).
The best Tel Aviv Restaurants for take out
Coffee Bar is one of those places where you can’t go wrong no matter what you order. Their menu is perfectly reasonable for sit-down dining, and they do the same when it comes to delivery. Their NIS 68 burger (delivered in the evening) is one of the best in town, and if you take into consideration that it comes with a first course and a side dish, well - it's heaven. If you order lunch, prices are even freindlier and all main courses come with a gratis appetizer too. So, whether you are ordering lunch in the office or a romantic dinner for two, you are in for a treat.
Fu prepares beautiful Japanese food at high standards coupled with a lively Tel Aviv neighborhood feel. Enjoy prestigious, detail-oriented sushi created beautifully in front of your eyes or dine on flavors from the wok. Whether you want a casual bite at the bar, a gorgeous Japanese dinner or a Tel Avivian evening of people-watching, everything can be found here.
Started by a musician and pizza artist who immigrated to Israel from France, bringing with him everything he knows about dough and pizza, Philippe is a fusion of delicious flavors. Philippe doesn't compromise on anything – the dough is made using painstaking methods and the finest raw materials. The cooking process includes selecting special combinations of vegetables, fine cheeses, and sausages, as well as orchestrating the pizzas to come out at the exact right moment from the authentic wood-burning stove – hot and steamy, crisp, thin, and fresh. Philippe promises your encounter to be an “experience of tastes, aromas, and a great, joyful atmosphere.”
Open 24/7, this classic French bistro is a perpetual people pleaser and it’s easily one of the most popular, trendiest restaurants in Tel Aviv. When it comes to delivery, well, it's the same. If you’re looking to treat yourself (or impress somebody), you can’t lose when placing an order with Brasserie. From their croque monsieur to their succulent burger and steak frites, everything is on point. Just don’t forget to order dessert! Preferably their crème brûlée or mousse au chocolat.
Note, however, that quality is somewhat compromised if you order during peak lunch and/or dinner hours, when Wok Republic gets slammed with orders. Almost everything on the menu is tasty – the one exception to this is the General Tso’s chicken which is more soggy than it is crispy. The standout favorites are the eatery’s chicken pad thai and their fried rice dishes.
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