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The Best Fish Restaurants In Tel Aviv

Fish Plate | © Fishop
Fish Plate | © Fishop
Tel Aviv, such a happy place, sitting on the edge of the glittering Mediterranean coast, a sea ideal for swimming and playing unending games of matkot; a sea rich with marvelous fish. So it only makes sense that a seaside city such as Tel Aviv has an excellent selection of seafood places to tantalize your taste buds. Visit any of these places for a taste of fresh fish.
Fried Fish © Jordana Hoffman

Fishbar

Market, Bar, Bakery, Restaurant, Israeli, French, Middle Eastern, Coffee
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Hurricane Roll | © Fu

Fishbar

This summer saw the opening of Sarona Market, a fun indoor market with wonderful high end food. For this list, Fishbar is a must eat place. This restaurant is connected to Fishop, a place to buy fish and seafood also located in Sarona Market, meaning you get the freshest fish. You sit at the counter and give your order directly to your chef and then you get to watch as they cook your meal. When it comes to your table it is perfectly cooked and a joy to eat, providing you with dinner and a show.

Kalman Magen St. 3, Tel Aviv 09-955-5800

Hurricane Roll | © Fu

Hurricane Roll | © Fu

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Fu

Restaurant, Sushi, $$$
Sushi Platter
Sushi Platter | © Moon
We can’t forget about the sushi of Tel Aviv, something the city is well known for, and Fu is full of inventive and delicious sushi. The service is friendly and the sushi is fresh and delectable. Here you can find sushi with guacamole for a crazy experience (Crazy Roll), or for those who enjoy a spicier option, spicy tuna wrapped in cucumber and topped with spicy sauce (Hurricane Roll). They also have wonderful specialty cocktails to accompany your plate of sushi.
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Moon

Restaurant, Sushi, Japanese, Asian, $$$
Red Tuna
Red Tuna | © Seatara
Moon is a sushi oasis. It was one of the first sushi bars in Israel to boast a sushi conveyor belt, which is put to good use every Sunday night. But for those who prefer to order for themselves the menu has pages and pages of options for sushi, and each and every one of them is unique – one even comes topped with a quail egg. This sushi is so good, you can’t go wrong with any choice.
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The Old Man and the Sea

Restaurant, Israeli, Mediterranean
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The Old Man and The Sea | The Old Man and The Sea

The Old Man and the Sea

If you’re heading down to Jaffa to look for seafood, make your way to The Old Man and the Sea. Named after Ernest Hemingway’s 1952 novel, this restaurant is sure to please the food critic and the literature nerd in all of us. Here they pay tribute to the themes of their namesake – sea, fish and noble nature – by providing a delicious spread of Middle Eastern salads and some of the best cooked fish on the Tel Aviv coast.

Kedem Street 85, Tel Aviv

Hanger 1, Jaffa Port, Jaffa 053-809-4346

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