A molecular festival at Catit

levantine gastronomy
A molecular festival at Catit

Housed in an Ottoman-era villa, this elegant restaurant offers Mediterranean cuisine from the shores of Israel, Morocco, and France in the heart of Neve Tzedek.

The Catit restaurant offers exceptional Levantine cuisine orchestrated by Meir Adoni, owner and chef. The decoration of the place skilfully combines original architecture and contemporary elements, with walls decorated with simple mouldings, complex tiles, lamps in the shape of starfish, painted imitation lace wallpaper and a terribly glamorous bar made of walnut.

Dine in the rooms on the ground floor or in the more intimate spaces upstairs, or else on the beautiful terrace. A culinary alchemist, the chef transforms Israeli ingredients into works of gourmet Mediterranean-inspired art. Expect delights such as sea bass with zucchini and fingerling potatoes with cream or a milk-fed veal neck served with dumplings stuffed with candied garlic and parmesan.

The affordable lunch menu is popular with gourmets in Tel Aviv. And on a cutting edge note, there is the innovative Foodography menu (in collaboration with Carmel Winery, the country's oldest vineyard) combining your smartphone, Instagram, and gastronomy (five courses).

Nahalat Binyamin St 57
Tel Aviv-Yafo

+972 03 5107001


Menu: around 430 ILS