Overdue curiosity brought me and my lovely date to g.e.b., where we sampled the olive antipasti, oysters, beef tartar, house potato gnocchi, and the stuffed beingnets. The meal surpassed my expectations and was a complete delight for its meticulously careful preparation and service. The timing between dishes was perfect, the separation of flavors was exciting in every bite, the staff was concerned but not skittish, and finally, the easy-going grappa concoction and our favorite music colored the mood.
g. e. b. || 841 w. Randolph st.
Carmel Market is the largest fruit and vegetable market in Tel Aviv, and is the place to sample the city’s local specialties and truly understand its culinary culture. Lunch at Basta was one of the most memorable meals in my recent travels, featuring (clockwise) you know, vegetables, spices, lardo, grouper sashimi that had been swimming in the Med that morning, and finally, the creamy crab pastry.
4 Hashomer St. Tel Aviv
Not sure what to expect from Little Goat? For one, a diner with a pulse! The combination of blaring 90s rap, the bliss associate with a very recent and highly anticipated opening, and the joy of savoring faces among patrons has the staff dancing in groups at any given moment. When they’re not dancing, they’re passionately describing how the burger meat was sculpted and what to expect from your relationship with your beer. Truly a fun dining experience, and that’s not just the boo boo baise or the goat chili talking.