Despite the Italian spelling, Vaniglia serves ice cream which are closer to the French 'light and elegant' style than its Italian creamier equivalent. A few great flavours, that clearly mix "classics" and "Israeli tradition applied to ice cream". I personally particularly enjoyed the latter with such wonderful creations as a poppyseed, almond, and marzipan icecream which seems to take the tastes that you would expect in a Budapest cafe and apply them to the Tel Aviv warmth, halva ice cream, or a tart frozen yoghurt with honey and pinenuts. The 'classic' selection included the likes of strawberry, dark chocolate, chocolate orange or capuccino. They were less interesting to me but were well-executed. A small pot with two flavours will cost you NIS 15, which is worth it for such a lovely treat in an evening at the 'Hatachanat' open air shop and restaurant precinct or the more traditional Ibn Gavriol street, both of which offer tables where you can sit down with your friends and taste each other's ice cream.