Coffee Bar, Tel Aviv
Since we literally flew into Tel Aviv from the Golan Heights, got rooms, took showers, and ran out for dinner, we were thrilled to get a reservation anywhere. We had dinner at the Coffee Bar which is a bistro. Perfect change of pace from what we have been eating.
The food was just fine. My guess is you probably can't go wrong. Nothing over the top but nothing bad.
I started with a yellowtail carpacchio with a spicy yogurt sauce and microgreens over the top. They love yogurt on everything in Israel.
The boys did the classic tomato and mozzarella salad.
Em went with a warm goat cheese salad. Love how they served the goat cheese. Warmed on top of a round bread box and then over greens. Great presentation.
For dinner, I went with the easy grilled chicken. Perfectly cooked, simple and light.
Josh had the pasta with a red meat sauce which he thoroughly enjoyed.
Fred and Jess went with the sea bream. I missed the pic.
Bottom line, we are thrilled to be in Tel Aviv.
I used to live in Tel Aviv. I’m sure you’ve received lots of suggestions, but here are two of my favorites that no food lover should miss:Mul Yam(http://bit.ly/dWQGvT)- amazing seafood, one of the best lobsters I’ve ever had in my life.Abus Hassan/Ali Karavan (http://bit.ly/e3vhKt)- arguably the hummus in Tel AvivEnjoy!
going to mul yam tonight. thanks!
“Bottom line, we are thrilled to be in Tel Aviv.” We can tell… Now you can enjoy the rest of your real vacation 🙂
ha! that obvious, eh?
Apparently there’s lots of coffee to be had at Coffee Bar.
perhaps but the coffee here in general has been really good