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“great location, terribly expensive”
Review of Yulia TLV

Yulia TLV
Ranked #170 of 1,649 Restaurants in Tel Aviv
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: Seafood
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Description: “Yulia” is located in the southern part of the Tel Aviv port, with a spectacular shorefront view of the endless horizon and the waves crashing against the shoreline. Opened in 2006 by the restaurateurs Micha Sol and Dani Eitan (“Boya,” “Bebale,” “Yam 7”), “Yulia” is a contemporary chef restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine though a fascinating blend of flavors, colors and textures. “Yulia” offers a comprehensive dining experience from morning to night, and is divided into three spaces: the interior hall, which contains a large bar and classic dining tables, as well as a covered terrace and a spacious open terrace. These three spaces merge into a single deck adorned with cozy designer lighting fixtures, which give a sense of home on the beach. The restaurant spaces are suitable for both large and small events, with a variety of sitting arrangements around the dining tables, or for mingling at the bar. The restaurant is headed by the Chef Roman Dimant, best known for his preference to cook with local fresh produce such as fish, meat, cheese, vegetables and fruit. He likes to use local products, not only due to their availability and freshness, but also because he believes that we all should enjoy the abundance our country has to offer. Recently, Roman even got a tattoo of the “Yulia” logo – a knife and fork – as a declaration of his total love and dedication to its kitchen and cooking.
Reviewed July 26, 2013

they offer only breakfast. dishes are a bit larger than usual, but it's 50% more expensive than the same breakfast anywhere else. The location is good - they sit close enough to all the hussle and bussle of the tel aviv port, but still at a quieter corner. I don't think anything there justifies the expensive prices. we won't go there again.

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Reviewed July 2, 2013 via mobile

In the port of Tel Aviv. Very good located on the south side.
Service a bit slow, but very polite.
The food is O.K. Not amazing.
Prices high. Wine list expensive.
The ceviche had very small amount of fish, and a lot of fruits and vegetables. More like a salad. Did not like it. The calamari was very good, snd the Denis fillet too.

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Reviewed June 24, 2013

We shared a lovely meal - roasted egg plant with focaccia, sea bream with wheat salad, chocolate tart with ice cream and coffee at the end. Very pleasant outdoors. Friendly service, great tasting food. $85 all together and plenty of food for us.

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Thank MillwoodTwo
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Reviewed June 2, 2013

Yes the service was slightly conceited, however the food was really good and it is nice to enjoy it few steps from the sea.
We ordered several starters and I was surprised by the price - a bit expensive for my taste.
We found that there were lots of French and Israelis on the terrasse.

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Thank SarahSchiff
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Reviewed April 27, 2013

We arrived around 9pm and we were seated right away. The service was quick and friendly. The food was great! We have a flat falafel and sea bream over ravioli. We thought the setting was a bit mature but pleasant except for a few people smoking cigars at their table. It was tough to taste my food when the cigar smoke wafted over. We sat within 50 feet of the boardwalk and watched people stroll by. I would definetley go back to yulia!

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Thank Benedicte M
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