Brasserie Restaurant-Tel Aviv

//Brasserie Restaurant-Tel Aviv

Brasserie Restaurant-Tel Aviv

The Brasserie Restaurant in Tel Aviv is one of those go-to eateries when you fancy a little something of good quality with a familiar taste. The menu is not terribly inspiring but does include those memorable classics with or without a twist.Food Brasserie Tel Aviv I especially love to go for an impromptu lunch with sweet hubby, where there is a business deal which includes the appetizer, a soft drink and a bread basket, (You may call me cheap but it’s only my midday meal!) The Brasserie Restaurant in Tel Aviv is a like a short visit to Paris, you just need a top up now and then! 

Situated opposite Rabin Square this is a well established and favorite eatery of many. They serve a splendid breakfast , helped by the fact that they own the tantalizing bakery next door. The lunch is pleasant and the dinner service has more atmosphere so usually tastes more delicious! 
 
The decor is reminiscent of most of the classic brasseries in Europe, an Art deco type interior, high painted ceiling with exposed air conditioning pipes, glass doors with Belgium profiling , dark elegant furniture, parquet flooring and pure white accessories. Massive mirrors back the bar and line the walls, so reflects the colorful array of alcohol bottles that line the shelves and give the illusion of more space to the whole interior  The atmosphere is relaxing yet Food Brasserie Tel Avivluxurious and the service attentive. The place appeals to all age groups and is inevitably busy most hours of the day.
Food Brasserie Tel Aviv
The restaurant serves French cuisine in it simplistic forms, juicy steaks, succulent fish prepared with flair, beefy wholesome burgers including bun and pomme frites (skinny potato chips by any other name) and special dishes according to the season.
 
 
70 Ibn Gavriol St.
+972-69671111
Reservations : Breakfast & Dinner a must, Lunchtime wait in the queue.
 

 

Brasserie Tel Aviv

 

2019-09-27T14:21:07+00:00September 3rd, 2019|Categories: Food/Drink|0 Comments

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