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Café Noir is a long-established bistro in the heart of Tel Aviv's city, strategically placed between the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and Rothschild Boulevard. It's considered aninstitution by Tel Avivians, and our regular customers are business and media people, artists and in fact anyone who appreciates a terrific atmosphere and good food.Cafe Noir extends over two levels, offering a choiceof intimate sitting areas and spacious seating that's equally suitable for businessmeetings or family celebration. The décor comprises dark wood furniture in classicstyle, a spacious and inviting bar, with oil paintings on the walls and art objects arranged on surrounding shelves. Soft lighting effects create…
This is not the first time we ate at this place
And we were always happy , however this time was a big disappointment.
As we set down , the waiter was very rushed to take our order, again and again he came by the...More
I have been here in the past and this place is consistently great. It is a very busy and crowded place so sometimes the service can be a little slow but it has such a nice atmosphere that you almost don't notice it. The menu...More
We have eaten at Cafe Noir before, their veal schnitzel is great and so was the burger. I do not eat garlic and trying to order chicken liver pate as a starter (on the specials menu) the waiter checked and confirmed garlic in the onion...More
We stopped in for coffee and deserts and was so good that we decided to take dinner take out. Ordered the ox tail risotto and for vegetarians the gnocchi and mushroom risotto . Two were from the daily specials and disappointing quite average in presentation...More
This place have good reputation of food .. I agree ... service trying to make what they can .. but what they do actually they literally kicked us out of the restaurant!
They try very hard to be polite .. but they kicked permanent clients...More