This restaurant is a part of the Solomon family chain which includes Pizza Pazza and Pazza Icecream in Iben Gvirol St. The establishment is well known for giving an opportunity for the mentally disabled for many years as well delivering Tel-Aviv’s best Calzone. The menu is rich with variants of the Italian kitchen and their tasting menu is recommended as well. The Restaurant is not Kosher, supports Take-Away but do not support deliveries. The restaurant delivers plenty of vegetarian and gluten-free dishes.
There is a business menu between 12:00-17:00 on weekdays.
Based on the 2nd floor of 21 Ha’arbaa st not too far from Messa and the Nithan Thai is Moshe Segev’s Quattro. The location is beautifully decorated, especially the bar and private dining room that can easily fit 15 persons. The menu is well diversified and covers meditarenian aspects of the Italian cuisine. Some of the menu’s promising dishes are the Tortellini vitello guancia. The menu changes from time to time but always delivers on almost any dish.
Open every day 12:00-16:00 and 19:00-00:00
Based on 90th Ben-Yehuda st, Ernesto is one of the only truly family-based Italian restaurants in Tel Aviv. Established in 1997 and delivers probably the most authentic Italian food in Israel. The Chef Angelo de la rica, came to Israel in 1991, fell in love and stayed for good. Famous for its Coda alla vaccinara and its antipasto plate. Don’t forget to try the sea-food spaghetti and the home made limoncello.
Open every day from 12:00-23:00.
Mel & Michelle
Small but promising Italian restaurant in Ben Yehuda 155, managed by chef Nir Weiman. The menu is changing and seasonal, but frequently includes creative and unique italian dishes. Some of the special dishes include Di Mare – Homemade pasta in Crab stock with shrimps, mussels and calamari. The location is considered one of the most romantic locations in Tel-Aviv.
//www.mel-michelle.co.ilOpen every day 18:30 to the last customer. Parking in the area is limited.
In the corner of trendy Chen blvd and Frishman resides Gusto, which is active since 2009. The restaurant combines traditional pizza, pasta fresca as well as take away and delivery. Some of the recommended dishes are the ravioli ricotta and pekan and the antipasti pizza. There are some parking services nearby.
//www.gusto.co.il/ Open everyday 12:00-23:00 while during noon there is a 20% discount on the entire menu.
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