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Arabie saoudite : cuisine et restaurants

Meilleurs restaurants

Beach
“Great food, music and beach write at your front step in this beach bar and restaurant. Feel free to go swimming here.”
  • Recommandé par 72 habitants
Marché
“C'est le plus grand marché en extérieur de Tel-Aviv. Le marché est bordé d'échoppes aux milles odeurs venant de divers fruits et légumes, mais aussi d'épices et de pains frais. ”
  • Recommandé par 136 habitants
Restaurant
“Ce resto/bar se trouve en face de l'immeuble! C'est le rdv des israéliens branchés : bière, steak ... tout y est simple, pas cher mais sous la coupe d'un vrai chef en cuisine!”
  • Recommandé par 106 habitants
Restaurant français
“Frenc/american style restaurant (kind of like Pastis in NYC) very good burger and cocktails resto façon brasserie française/americaine. Très bon burger et cocktails ”
  • Recommandé par 118 habitants
Restaurant thaïlandais
“One of my best favorites! Amazing Thai food restaurant Very good atmosphere and very good food :)”
  • Recommandé par 72 habitants
Lounge
“Famous Day and Night Beach and pool club with live music and DJ everyday and night”
  • Recommandé par 24 habitants
Restaurant
“Pier 7 is Dubai Marina's premiere fine dining scene with 7 different restaurants offering exotic Arabic and Asian flavors and European inspired dining.Enjoy views of the sunset out the windows - you're sure to find something for everyone's taste. ”
  • Recommandé par 64 habitants
Beach
“Nice beach with a view to Jaffa! The beach offers suntanning beds and nice bar in only 15-20 min walk from the apt. ☺️”
  • Recommandé par 56 habitants

Cafés

Café
“Large waterfront shopping & dining complex with big-name stores, a supermarket & food outlets.”
  • Recommandé par 48 habitants
Restaurant français
“Frenc/american style restaurant (kind of like Pastis in NYC) very good burger and cocktails resto façon brasserie française/americaine. Très bon burger et cocktails ”
  • Recommandé par 118 habitants
Juice Bar
“Shenkin Street is one of the most famous, happening streets in Tel Aviv. Considered to be a local attraction for over 20 years, the renovations through 2012 that have converted the street into a pedestrian paradise, have rejuvenated a street that really does epitomize the Tel Aviv spirit. And with it’s proximity to some of Tel Aviv’s other must-sees, such as Carmel Market and Nachalat Binyamin, you really should squeeze in a visit to this part of town. ”
  • Recommandé par 65 habitants
Café
“nice coffee shops, but even greater deli. you can find there great wine, cheese, bread and fancy snacks ”
  • Recommandé par 57 habitants
Cafe
“typique, tamisé, décor de bibliothèque ancienne, meilleur chakchouka de la ville ”
  • Recommandé par 26 habitants
Jewelry Store
“Great new outdoor shopping district! A must for those like me who are not a fan of indoor malls!”
  • Recommandé par 15 habitants
Restaurant français
“lovely restaurant less than 5’ from the apt - Israelis love to go there for their famous veal schnitzels!”
  • Recommandé par 47 habitants
Café
“Delicious international food. Great atmosphere and service.. Its also a bar and a cafe.. Breakfast, lunch and dinner suitable..”
  • Recommandé par 24 habitants

Boulangeries

Restaurant français
“Frenc/american style restaurant (kind of like Pastis in NYC) very good burger and cocktails resto façon brasserie française/americaine. Très bon burger et cocktails ”
  • Recommandé par 118 habitants
Boulangerie
“Kikar HaMedina Around the plaza, which was designed by architect Oscar Niemeyer (in cooperation with Israeli architects who planned for the existing residential buildings), there is a circular street, He Be'Iyar Street (Israeli Independence Day Street), connecting with two major streets: the north–south Weizmann Street, and the east–west Jabotinsky Street, as well as a number of small streets. The square itself is currently the site of a large, poorly maintained park, however various plans to demolish it and build large shopping centres and luxury towers have faltered due to local opposition. In the 1960s, circuses moved into the sandy square coming to perform. In the early 1970s extensive construction activity began around He BeIyar Street, which established a uniform design and luxury buildings. Many of these buildings have luxury stores and international designer shops located on the first floor, which have made it one of the most expensive areas in Tel Aviv. On 3 September, 2011, Kikar Hamedina was the gathering place for the 'March of the Million', the culminating demonstration of the 2011 Israeli social justice protests. The demonstration was the largest in Israel's history, with approximately 300,000 people marching on the square, and 100,000 demonstrating in other locations across Israel.”
  • Recommandé par 39 habitants
Boulangerie
“Big bakery for a meal or to take away. 1+1 of all bakery and pastry after 18:30. ”
  • Recommandé par 15 habitants
Boulangerie
“The American bakery creates pastries just like in New Orleans. Sit in the back terrace where it’s lovely and quiet.”
  • Recommandé par 12 habitants
Boulangerie
“French style bakery located in the Noga neighborhood. Highly recommended. Open Sunday- Saturday 7 AM- 9 PM. Phone number 03-553-0404 ”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
Boulangerie
“Bakery in the middle of the Carmel market (as well as in 2-3 other locations in Tel Aviv), the best bread and cakes, superb quality. Not cheap though...”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
Boulangerie
“Best pastries in town. coffe, sanwitches and fresh pastries in the morning to go.Has the same french atmosphere, and the same owner as the Breseerie next door.”
  • Recommandé par 16 habitants
Boulangerie
“Small and delicious bakery for a meal or to take away. 1+1 of all bakery and pastry after 18:30. ”
  • Recommandé par 10 habitants