We had bar seats reservation, and it was great! Felt like everything is happening around us. The bar tender was great, and picked all dishes for us
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Average meal price is 300 shekels per person (drinks not included). I don't mind paying so much when it's worth it, but the dishes are extremely small and aren't that spectacular. We ordered a fish (250 shekels) which was over cooked and tasted like dirt....More
A beautiful and welcoming place, adequate settings for the wonderful food. Most of the dishes are small (and pricey) and the preferred method for dinner is sharing plates. The servers were friendly and navigate us successfully through the menu. The wine list is excellent, and...More
My husband took me to Taizo for my birthday dinner. The best restaurant in Israel by far. Very pricey. But worth every penny and a true treat.
One would expect from an upscale restaurant that features superbly delicious and beautifully presented dishes an impeccable experience. Last night it almost was. Unfortunately sitting next to the garden window was uncomfortably drafty and chilling. Service could have been a bit tighter. Some wine glasses...More
Been in Tel Aviv for a culinary visit,we were tempted to try the Taizu restaurant. Worth the try. An excellent service,and the food worth every penny. We were proposed to try the “tasting menu”. From hantizi dumplings to the fried whole fish,tasting the butter chicken...More
A warm welcome by Jonathan, let him ( or a colleague) set the menu for you. Just make sure that the Shanghainese duck dumplings are part of it, then keep quite and wait for the festival of tastes. Vietnamese sea bass was outstanding, Iraqi inspired...More
The food as well as the service were outstanding. We had the waiter’s choice, which is great for first-time visitors to this unique place. While the price was really high, it was truly exceptional and hence worth it. Lastly, the mango dessert is out of...More
Very good food, a little expansive - but worth it. I went on Saturday and ordered their Saturday menu, with a few extras, and enjoyed it a lot.
Taizu is consistently rated as one of the best restaurants in Israel, and now after eating there I finally know why. As a (mostly) vegetarian who's picky and doesn't even like south-Asian cuisine that much - Taizu had so much to offer me, and everything...More