Tel Aviv is a city that is particularly friendly to those with dietary requirements. The majority of restaurant menus here either offer gluten-free dishes or food substitutions that can be made on request. Here are some great gluten-free places to eat at in this Israeli city.
The Dining Hall is a multi-cultural restaurant situated at the Performing Arts Center in Tel Aviv. The menu includes well-known dishes made with chef Omer Miller’s precise techniques and presentation, which is modern, minimal and innovative.
Hudson Brasserie is an American-inspired steakhouse with a menu that contains a wide variety of steaks, burgers, sandwiches, all with a unique twist. They let their ingredients speak for themselves, and all are the highest quality and freshness. All of the meats served in the restaurant are sourced from fine local butchers.
Fresh raw ingredients are the starting point of every item on this spot’s menu. Italkiya offers great drinks to round out any meal, including local apple cider straight from the Galil. With a friendly and helpful staff and dynamic location, this restaurant is a big draw for fans of fresh food and good atmosphere.
16 Olei Zion, Jaffa, Tel Aviv, Israel (+972) 03-682-9678
This upscale Italian restaurant has a delightful family ambience. They serve classic Italian dishes that are made using the best raw ingredients and fine olive oil, and what they can’t source in Israel, they import from Italy.
Café Italia, Yona Kremnitski Street 6, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel, +972 3-561-2888
Dixie Grill Bar is a real “New York Steak House” and offers a selection of classic American dishes along with high quality portions of meat and a variety of Asian influenced cuisine. Product quality and traditional recipes are the key to Dixie’s success.
120 Yigal Alon Street, 03-6426993
This small stand in Shuk HaCarmel is constantly busy, and for good reason. An arepa is a fluffy and crumbly Venezuelan corn bread, the size of a burger, that can be filled with all kind of goodness, and at this stand, you can choose from many fillings including chicken, beef, beans, guacamole and cheese. They also have something called a cachapa which is made of corn dough, filled with cheese, and topped with melted butter.
In a serene and welcoming atmosphere you’ll enjoy fresh home-made pasta and other great delicacies from Italy as well as marvelous wines and deserts. For breakfast, this homey spot offers an good self-service buffet which includes hot and cold drinks, bread, jams, pastries, cereals, croissants and salads.