Hidden next one of the more popular corners of Neve' Tzedek neighborhood, this beautiful restaurant offers a great experience. Dallal is based in an old manor house in one of the oldest locations in Tel Aviv. The old house stretches out further to accommodate another beautiful courtyard, and an additional house to the south, connecting to the Dallal bakery. The renovated house is beautifully designed from the early 20th century, and it is quite evident with all the money that was invested there. The marvelous details and even the equipment gives out a modern feeling. The place is suitable for meetings, family gatherings, and couples. I attended an event once but never tried to menu up until last. My wife and I decided to try the breakfast menu, and it was magnificent, definitely one of the best I've had. I ordered poached eggs with ragu meat and beans, sour cream and bread. The toasted French bread, locally baked, along with stew sauce was incredible. My wife ordered the salmon croissant with poached eggs, and it was a delight. Although we were quite full, we couldn't resist and try the local baked good, or the continental bread basket, which came with a couple of plain butter croissants, 2 brioche rolls, 2 pieces of white bread and black nutty alternative. Along came french butter, home made jam and home made chocolate spread. Lovely. We finished with 2 great Diemme cappuccinos. The bartender at the bar was very friendly and helpful, and invited us for some digestif. Prices are not cheap, and more on the expensive side, but it was well worth it. Reservations are usually required. The only reason I give 4 out of 5, is the fact that Dallal gives the feeling of money wherever you look, which for me is a bit annoying. I would clearly, recommend the place. There are parking lots around, but I would really suggest you take a stroll in the neighborhood prior to visiting the restaurant.
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