Pizza oh pizza. Served on the red and white squares table cloth to the melody of an Italian sonata, or next to a cold pitcher of beer, there exists nothing like the aroma of a good pizza to awaken your appetite, a bite of it to comfort your soul and the chance of toppings to take out the artist in you. And ever since the modern pizza was invented in פיצה, many variants have already been invented. Let’s check out Tel Aviv’s best.
Two brothers making pizza similar to their grandfather did in Roma. Style quite like the Neapolitan style, relatively thin crust great balance of mozzarella cheese and super fresh tomato sauce. Try the Toscana – fresh arugula with cuts of Parmesan sprinkled, or perhaps the not-on-the-menu potato and pesto – buonissimo
A new comer, and it’s an excellent one. New York style pizza, with large triangles filled with all kinds of goodies along with great sauce and dough, and even though they are quite large, you won’t be able to have just one. Choose the seventy’s style with black olives and oregano, or maybe you don’t keep kosher, the meat lovers using its special sauce.
From the beginning once this place was only a tiny spot in the shuk, to now as he holds a classy devote Karlibach and another one possibly opening in northern TLV, Phillipe has made certain every single pizza gets his full love. French style pizza with rich carefully matched toppings and a great atmosphere.
A fantastic pizza next to the main piazza in Tel Aviv (Kikar Rabin). The pizza here is thin, yet not crisp, full of gusto with generous toppings. They have a great happy hour – so great which they do it two times a day! A gourmet pizza inside the beautiful area bridging Yaffo and Tel Aviv. The chef induced flavors and combinations, along using more than fair prices turn this a fantastic area for the Italian imported taboon. Take advantage of the tartufo pizza, it’s divine, using a nice glass of wine
By the same people who brought you Brooklyn (and the Shine), this Bugrashov joint is a local favorite with an established presence of Neapolitan style pizza. You will see the oven where pizzas are placed, you’ll smell them popping out and you can eat them in many-a-style, and – prediction – you won’t leave anything on the plate.
The pizza is certainly fresh, the feel is drybjt, not very soft and never to crispy. Just forget about this being good VEGAN pizza this is simply great pizza full stop – This really is pizza that can go up against anything Tel Aviv provides – This really is vegan pizza gone mainstream. Unless you’re living within a rock, you will know that vegan restaurants in Tel Aviv are popping up like mushrooms, and much to the delight of vegans so might be vegan-friendly restaurants, meaning certified vegan-friendly restaurants with a dedicated vegan menu.
This results in a problem for 100% vegan restaurants, as vegans can go with their omni friends to mainstream restaurants and enjoy an exclusively vegan menu. In the case of this review it may be noteworthy to say the entire world-renowned giant brand Dominos pizza possess a vegan pizza menu. That has been outstandingly successfully.