We stayed in the Varsano hotel which gave us a voucher for breakfast at Dallal. My absolute favourite place. Delicious food , great coffee and very friendly service!
you get to a place in tel aviv that is old meet new. its streets that remind me of paris amsterdam and london. love the old house courtyard and the food in my view . it is great but not what i will say the main reason to go to this spot. I love the breakfast menu i love the... More
Great fresh food in great surroundings with ice cold beer...Had the Crab Raviola with bread I assume from the bakery next door. Delicious. Save some space for desserts. Only 4-5 on menu but always changing and always enough for 2...Loved it.
Service is excellent and really enjoyed the different favors. Try the bread with the smoky creamed eggplant or the braised baby artichoke and tomatoe. The tastes are light and fresh. You can make a meal out of the wonderfully varied appetizers and can pair with good Israeli wines.
We followed the high ratings to Dallal and were not disappointed in the food. The menu was quite varied for our foursome and both our fish dishes (salmon and spicey seafoood stew) and our meat dishes were prepared well, My sweat breads were well prepared and savory. The y had a good selection of wines with a range of prices.... More
Located in the exotic Neve Tzedek neighbourhood in Tel Aviv , Dallal is a great place to dine at a table or just sit at the bar. The food is more than just fine , the atmosphere is fantastic and the service is prompt and attentive. Definitely will come again.
Small but interesting menu. I had shrimp to start followed by a whole baked sea bream followed by coconut ice cream.. others had calamari to start with fillet steak as main course. Good quality wine at reasonable price. Eat inside or out. best to book as very popular.
we came for a bite and drink. we had 2 first courses which were excellent, 2 glasses of wine and dessert. every thing was great, the waitresses were really kind, but the price was 350 shekels including tip' which is absolutely not reasonable.
Hidden next one of the more popular corners of Neve' Tzedek neighborhood, this beautiful restaurant offers a great experience. Dallal is based in an old manor house in one of the oldest locations in Tel Aviv. The old house stretches out further to accommodate another beautiful courtyard, and an additional house to the south, connecting to the Dallal bakery. The... More
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