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Taizu - Asia Terranean Kitchen, A new concept restaurant based on chef Yuval Ben Neriah's personal interpretation of street foods of five countries in South East Asia - India, China, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. The restaurant belongs to the fine casual dining category with the highest level of food, design and hospitality in an informal and accessible setting.
All reviews butter chicken dumplings chinese vegetables har gow tasting menu sashimi tartare salad fries asian restaurant indian night expensive restaurant special occasion every bite amazing food business lunch sat at the bar
We went to Taizu with very high expectations, having heard raving reviews from many friends. We tried the Taizu Tar Tar, Red Tuna Sashimi, Shrimps salad, Lobster dumplings, Duck bread, Crab meat curry, and the Beef filet.
Overall we were really underwhelmed by the level...More
We were here many times- it's our favorite Tel Aviv restaurant.
thus time we were sitting by the bar, had some excellent drinks in addition to the wonderful mix of modern Asian fusion food.
The main shortcomings- prices tend to be high as well the...More
Much too expensive for what we were served. If you feel like having a good meal and spending alot of money, there are much better restaurants in Tel- Aviv. The dishes were tiny and mediocre and extremely overpriced. Totally disappointed!
Incredible food and atmosphere in this popular Asian hotsport. Located on the main floor of an office building. Food was beautifully executed and presented. And delicious. Try the butter chicken but skip the short ribs! Thanks to our server, Bar, for making our night so...More
First, the service is perfect. The menu and options are very well explained and good advice is given. We went there for lunch, invited by my sister for my birthday but I believe that the menu is wider for dinner.
First dishes were the highlights....More
We were here for my bday dinner and it happened to be india themed night. The food was excellent, even though we had looked forward the normal asian fusion food. The staff was friendly even though a bit busy.
We heard good stuff about this chef-concept restaurant, so reserved a place.
Beautifully decorated, very attentive and serviceable staff. They advised us what to order (me a vegetarian), treated us with free hot dish of Chinese vegetables, and free desert of vegan black forest. Yummy!...More