Type: Restaurant, Multi-Cultural food
English menu: Yes
Average price: 30-40 NIS
Address: 18 Rabi Akiva st.
Tel. Number: 03-5163689

Hamitbachon ("kitchenette" in Hebrew) is a nice and cozy restaurant that has a typical eclectic Israeli home made food: from Austrian Schnitzel, to the Balkanic Mousakka (eggplants and beef) to north African couscous, to Middle Eastern Mujaddara (rice and lentils), and finally to European quiches, lasagna and salads. But try the beef goulash or the chicken in tomato sauce. The Givech (rice with vegetables) is very much recommended, and so are the meatballs. There are many options for vegetarians too.

This place is located in a quiet place between the bustling Carmel market and Allenby street, and became a hang out place for native Tel Aviv people. Pick one of the starters and a main dish and enjoy watching bohemian Tel Aviv people having lunch or dinner, and then see them coming back to this area to one of the bars in the neighborhood at night.

How to get there
When you walk on Allenby on the right side of the market, try to find the place by going through the small streets on the left (you can go through Gedera st.).

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