Top 5 Kosher restaurants in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv might be renowned for its decadent living and party weekends, but for those looking for a top kosher restaurant in Tel Aviv, our little list of the best kosher restaurants will hopefully point you in the right direction. Yes, yes, there ARE some very decent kosher eateries in The City That Never Sleeps!

** For those who don’t know, kosher restaurants in Israel do not open on Friday evenings / Saturdays.

Related: See our comprehensive list of the very best kosher and non-kosher restaurants in Tel Aviv here.

In no particular order…

Liliyot, 4 Weizman Street

Liliyot Tel Aviv

A great, long-standing kosher restaurant in Tel Aviv, with a Mediterranean menu influenced heavily by the Arab kitchen. Liliyot (also known as Lilith) has an interesting, varied menu without violating its kosher responsibility. Liliyot also has a social agenda, helping kids at risk with jobs in the kitchen.

Telephone: 03-6091331

Meatos, 33 Shaul HaMelech

Meatos Tel Aviv

As you might have guessed from the name, this Tel Aviv restaurant has some excellent (yet pricey) meat dishes. Located in a more upmarket part of town (next to the Tel Aviv Art Museum), this restaurant has kosher carnivores often salivating, especially about steaks that are hard to beat in other kosher eateries…

Telephone: 03-6932002

Uno, 2 Weizman Street

Uno Tel Aviv

If you love your Italian, then Uno is a great kosher option in Tel Aviv. There is a wide range of pizzas, and pastas, and salads etc. The Ravioli starters are renowned, plus don’t miss the desserts. The service is also known to be friendly and very efficient, and the restaurant (located on the second floor) has a nice atmosphere. The menu is not too expensive.

Telephone: 03-6932005

Goshen, 37 Nachalat Binyamin

Goshen Tel Aviv

One of Tel Aviv’s best and most established kosher meat restaurants, with an intimate and unassuming atmosphere. Renowned for its quality meat dishes and some great starters (plus a couple of fish dishes for the vegetarian diner), there are also some yummy fruit desserts to savor.

Telephone: 03-5600766

Deca, 10 HaTassiyah Street

Deca Tel AvivA more pricey fish restaurant, located in downtown Tel Aviv. Many have mentioned the price, but most seem to have felt it was very much worth it! Deca’s goal is to serve exquisite and tasty food, which works for both kosher and non-kosher eating customers. The service is also good and the restaurant is nicely designed.

Telephone: 0579442900


Others kosher restaurants in Tel Aviv that almost made the list include Culture by Lemon Grass at 22 Ibn Gvirol Street (for excellent Asian cuisine in the form of noodles and sushi), Badollina at Tel Aviv Port (great dairy and fish meals), Bocadillo at 59 Nachalat Binyamin (for tasty Spanish tappas), and Shibuya at 28 Bograshov Street (for some great sushi).

If you know of any other restaurants we should mention, feel free to let us know in the comments below!


  1. LilDe

    August 15, 2012 at 4:05 pm

    Badulina at the port closed. Also, I would add 2C, the meat restaurant at the top of Azrieli to the list. It’s good for tourists and special occasions.

    • Ashley

      August 16, 2012 at 2:46 pm

      Thanks for the info LilDe!

    • Gitta Zarum

      February 14, 2016 at 6:42 pm

      2C charges for the view! Food is expensive for what it is. Although tasty and well-presented the portions are quite small – just the main dish with very little sides. Would benefit from more potatoes or rice.

  2. miriam

    January 3, 2013 at 6:46 am

    Pasha restaurant in haarbaa I
    n central tel aviv is also very good

  3. Yardena

    February 28, 2013 at 6:34 pm

    lemongrass doesn’t exist any more but is being replaced with another kosher restaurant and there’s Dim Sum on Ibn Gvirol which is quite good.

    • Ashley

      March 1, 2013 at 8:28 am

      Thanks for the info Yardena!

  4. Israel Markowitz

    July 8, 2013 at 8:13 pm

    Very very expensive!!!!!!!!!.
    The food is ok nothing majors revive are great
    But the price is way over priced,

  5. Israel Markowitz

    July 8, 2013 at 8:14 pm

    But service is great!!!

  6. Israel Markowitz

    July 8, 2013 at 8:15 pm

    I was connoting on the UNO restaurant

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    August 23, 2013 at 10:57 am

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    Editor’s Honorable Mentions (With the Help of God)

    Yemen, Yemen, Yemen
    We can’t say enough about all of the incredible mom & pop little eateries in the Yemenite Quarter (Kerem HaTemanim). Please just meander through the maze of small streets, and let your nose be your guide. Don’t leave town without spooning a Yemenite meat soup; the experience and broth is luxurious. No need to ask what part of the cow the mixed offerings come from, just roll it into traditional spongy flat bread, any time of year, but most are open only for lunch.

    Killer soups at these chill spots:
    Shimon Melekh Hamarakim, Yihye Kapah 28
    Rina and Zecharia, HaKovshim 22
    Ozeri Brothers, Yihye Kapah 30

    If we didn’t tell you it was Kosher, you wouldn’t have known. This place is a very cool day-time lunch joint, and perfect 2nd date evening option for “a bottle of red, bottle of white…in our Italian restaurant”.
    Mid, Italian, Dairy, Mikveh Yisrael 1, 03-685-0002

    You will never see how delicious their fish & pasta offerings are. Your taste-buds and sense of smell will have to do all the work as this notable eatery is all in the dark, literally. Run by the incredible non-profit Nalaga’at, all the waiters are deaf/blind, and you can enjoy dinner by itself or make an entire evening out of it by also attending one of Nalaga’at Theater’s unique productions.
    Fancy, Fish/Pasta, Dairy, Yafo Namal, 053-809-4758

    Bakery 29
    Not only is this cafe a fantastic day-time lunch meeting option, order a lot because all profits of this incredible venture goes towards the non-profit organization, Friends of the IDF, supporting our noble soldiers who deserve our constant gratitude and prayers.
    Cafe, Dairy, Ahad Ha’am 29, 03-560-2020

    Shmulik Cohen
    Who cares about clogged arteries when going back in time to taste how the Yidden of Eastern Europe indulged in chicken fat & more chicken fat. Kishke, tongue, chulent, herring, chicken soup, chopped liver, gefillite fish, kreplach, grivalach, and if you don’t know what p’tcha is, order it anyway at this fourth generation owned pillar of Tel Aviv.
    Mid, Eastern European, Meat, Herzl 146, 03-681-0222

    Frishman Sabich
    If you haven’t indulged in this Iraqi pita stuffed classic, you have missed the whole point. It would be like coming to Jerusalem without visiting The Kotel. Don’t let the long lines deter you, they move fast and are a testament to the freshest exotic mix of veggies, sauces, spices, (& we recommend cheese) that your mouth can handle.
    Iraqi, Dairy, Frishman 42, 054-734-0950

    Not known for being a burger joint, this chill Moroccan focused menu also has one of the best hamburgers in town. If you are around Ben Yehuda/Gordon, stop by to play some Shesh Besh on a board kept over the microwave in back, donated by our Kosher Tel Aviv founder. Free cafe shachor and tea nana with your meal to boot.
    Chill, Moroccan, Meat, Ben Yehuda 89, 03-522-4222

    Dr. Shashuka’s Shwarma
    This little alley way eatery is tucked away besides Old Yafo’s clock tower and boasts one of the best lamb shwarmas in town. We like it with extra onion and a smidge (or more) of extra lamb fat in the mix.
    Israeli, Meat, Alley next to Beit Eshel 3, 03-518-6560

    The 11th Floor
    Considered by many as the most serious high-quality steak, goose liver & sushi fine dining experiences in Israel thanks to Chef Eitan Mizrahi. That being said, you will pay a lot for the privilege, but the killer view is free.
    Fancy, Sushi/Steak, Meat, Azrieli Towers, 03-777-4067

    Meat & Wine
    Herzliya Pituach isn’t Tel Aviv, but it’s darn close, and this classy place has some of the best steak & ribs in the country.
    Fancy, Steak, Meat, Shenkar 16, Herzliya, 09-956-7006

    Zota Pizza
    Pay by weight at this new pizza joint on Dizengoff. Enjoy the high quality squares with a wide range of toppings offered, including goat cheese & smoked salmon.
    Pizza, Dairy, Dizengoff 177, 03-522-2305

    Falafel Shlomo & Sons
    Walking home from the beach? Come by this classic kiosk no-frills fresh-to-order falafel joint considered one of the best in town. Take all the fixings.
    Israeli, Dairy, Kiosk, Nordou & Ben Yehuda

    Forget milk & honey, this wine bar/shop celebrates the Land of Israel by offering up one of its greatest assets, fine wine. Chill on the plush couches and L’Chaim, L’Yai’in, L’Chaim.
    Wine Bar, Ben Yehuda 126, 03-550-1901

    Anything on a skewer (shipud) in Shechunat HaTikva, a tucked away neighborhood down South in “the Other Tel Aviv”. Our editor is incredibly fond of grilled lamb fat, and these places do it best. These gleaming buttery charred cubes on a stick are pure happiness.

    White City Shabbat
    Halacha is vast, The Talmud is long, and The Torah is infinite. Thus just let us boil down all of Judaism for you; A Jew must eat a lot on Shabbos. Let our non-profit, celebrating Jewish Life in Tel Aviv, connect you with the incredibly warm, welcoming & relaxing Jewish community in the White City. Check out

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