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The Best of French Cuisine in Tel Aviv

French cuisine is alive and well in Tel Aviv and a wonderful array of small boutique restaurants and well developed French Bistro brings out the wonderful flavors that French food is famous for. We take a look at three of the best the city can offer.

GOODIES Restaurant, 


Goodies were opened by Ronit Ron and is something she started dreaming of while living in Paris. While there she saw a small ice cream shop selling ice-cream and pasties. It was only open three days a week but he lines went round the block with no promotion at all. After moving back to Israel she decided to make something of that dream. 

Here Restaurant focuses on the finest fresh raw produce and to make mouth watering deserts, ...clairs and Petite fours that sit next to wonderful assortment of sandwiches, cheeses and wines.  Tasty cold cuts and homemade delicacies such as jams, antipasti and pickles keep this fresh and vibrant restaurant current and different. Chef Hila Lavi leads his way with the very best homemade sweet treats.

The restaurant sits on Tchernichovsky Street and while it’s always been a great place to relax in recent years has gradually become home to an eclectic mix of boutiques and vintage shops. Its closeness to a great park and Carmel market makes it a great place for some relaxation.

In that vain Goodies enjoys packing up loved-up couples with a basket to enjoy and perfect for gourmet enthusiasts.

5 Tchernichovsky Street, Tel Aviv, Opening hours: Sun-Thu 08:00-20:00, Fri 08:00-16:00, 074-7021216,




French/Asian Cuisine, Brasserie, Resto — Bar Hotel Montefiore

The restaurant is located in the Hotel Montefiore, on street of the same name. The hotel is a well known architectural masterpiece from the 1920’s. While in most restaurants the building is not a major attraction, the restaurant prides itself being set in a beautiful building.

As fusion cooking descended as a strong trend in fine cuisine the styled brasserie saw an opportunity to take the fundamentals of French cooking and brings fresh, new flavors with Asian accents to the dishes.  It bases itself off the idea of Vietnam when it was still under French colonization and had a rich French element to the culture. Its standout dishes are its fish dishes, simple and full of flavor.

The restaurant allow for a stylish outing in all hours of the day — during the mornings the experience is more elegant and respectable while the evening have more of a vibrant and fashionable atmosphere.

During the morning and lunchtime hours the hotel is a very quiet and elegant place to meet and chat. In the evening hours the restaurant and hotel lobby is transformed to a place for those looking to enjoy a meal with the fashionable crowd pulsating with a great vibe and feel.

The minimalistic black and brown and white decoration keeps it in the 1920 but with a modern feel. The wooden floor, leather chairs and silver ornaments provide plenty of great undertones to keep it new interesting.

36 Montefiore Street, Tel Aviv


Bistro French cuisine 110 JABOTINSKY STREET, TEL AVIV

When you eat at Six TLV you are definitely in Tel Aviv but you definitely could be in Paris as well.

The main reason for this is that it seems that Chef Amir Markowitz and his partners put great thought in to all the details to make the restaurant feel and sing from Paris. It still remains a friendly and inviting place.

The menu sent Chef Markowitz to Paris where he worked and allowed him to collect endless inspiration for great flavorful dishes such as a classic onion soup with pieces of baguette and grated cheese, seared red tuna and Nicoise Salad with anchovies. These traditional favorites are joined by crab specialties and other sea food dishes. You won’t leave without tasting the homemade baked goods that just adds further French feel to a wonderful meal.

110 Jabotinsky Street, Tel Aviv, Opening hours: Sun-Fri 08:00-23:00, Sat 10:00-23:00, 03-6968581

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