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restaurant advice-Tel Aviv

phila
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restaurant advice-Tel Aviv

We will be in Tel Aviv at the end of Oct. and can use help narrowing down my restaurants. We love good food; I don’t eat meat or poultry but do eat fish and seafood. Husband eats anything. Would like to experience different kinds of restaurants-don’t want to eat in the same atmosphere and same menu each night. Although we have 4 nights the first night we land (from the states) at 3:00 so expect to eat an early casual dinner and crash. Another night we will be doing an all day tour up north so again, may want something more casual though perhaps on the later side?

Looking at Catit, Messa, Herbert Samuel and Night Kitchen. What should I add/eliminate? Suggestions on order welcome also. We are staying at the Savoy, 5 Geula St. Walking distance is a definite plus not required. Thanks!

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1. Re: restaurant advice-Tel Aviv

Within walking distance:

* Manta Ray, on the beach -- lots of great fish dishes and tapas style dishes.

* Orna and Ella -- very creative, urban comfort food on trendy Sheinkin Street.

* Goocha -- another great seafood restaurant.

And there are lots of great choices in the Old Port area farther to the north.

Douglas Duckett

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2. Re: restaurant advice-Tel Aviv

Catit closed. Herbert Samuel is very expensive and not suitable for a light meal. Try Benny Ha-Dayag (the fisherman) for a different experience. Try Dr. Shakshuka for Jewish North Africam food.

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3. Re: restaurant advice-Tel Aviv

Look at the restaurant guide in "Time Out" magazine for recommendations:

http://digital.timeout.co.il/english/

phila
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4. Re: restaurant advice-Tel Aviv

Did Catit close or just move? Is Herbert Samuel good & expensive or just expensive?

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