Pastel may be the name but it’s certainly not the taste! The Pastel Restaurant in Tel Aviv is more than just another eatery. It is a place to enjoy a superb meal with pleasant service in unpretentious and spacious surroundings. Not that we don’t have bountiful restaurants in the city, but the Pastel Restaurant in Tel Aviv, has become one of my sweet favorites! It remains on my top list for entertaining friends or family from abroad. I know the food will be of a consistently high quality as well as a culinary delight. Dishes look creative and simply delicious on the plate and will delight with every bite! Pastel Restaurant in Tel Aviv is also where I love to partake in a luscious lunch with my sweet hubby or friends when the occasion arises. Chef Hilel Tavakuli, responsible for this kitchen for last four years, has maintained a magical menu. Each appetizer, entree or dessert is splendidly tempting even in print! These mouthwatering dishes are easily accompanied with a good selection of local and imported wines, plus some very inventive and refreshing cocktails. Pastel Restaurant in Tel Aviv is situated in the complex of the Museum of Art. It has one of the most beautiful (and relaxing) interiors of a restaurant in Tel Aviv. Based in the Herta and Paul Amir Building, the downward stairs lead to a patio of canopied outside seating. Inside is spacious and airy, with a full window frontage viewing the patio. The long heavy bar centered in the large space gives volume and rich color to the white architectural ceiling. Elegant tables dressed with white napkins add to the relaxed atmosphere. This award-winning interior was designed by Baranowitz and Kronenberg and is renown for being the best-designed restaurant in the world! Should you decide to indulge in a midday meal Pastel Restaurant in Tel Aviv offers a business lunch deal. The idea is that you pay for the main course which is inclusive of an appetizer and soft drink. The choices within the lunch menu are superb, no downgrading for a delicious deal! In the evening, there is a regular menu plus a selection of “specials” of the day. Whether you prefer fish, meat, poultry or pasta, there is a dish for every taste. Portions are generous and fulfilling. Desserts, the sculptures of sweetness, are the finishing touch to this satisfying culinary experience. Or, in my case, a few thousand more calories that I just can’t resist! Pastel Restaurant in Tel Aviv is not inexpensive but definitely worthy of a visit to stimulate your taste buds when you are feeling flush!
♥ The Pastel Brasserie & Bar
Address: 27 Shaul Hamelech Blvd.
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 12:00 pm – 12:00 am
Reservations – A must