Japanese restaurants in Tel Aviv
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This Japanese place has a hard-edge, minimalist design with shades of gray and sharp lighting. There is no dress code per se, but it was one the few places we found where the clientele tends to dress up rather than down. The sushi is excellent, but if you prefer a hot meal they do grilled teriyaki steaks and chicken.
Black lacquer furniture and sharp lighting make a stunning stage for this Japanese and Latin fusion restaurant. The excellent menu ranges from Latin-spiced seafood casserole to Japanese business set lunch. Or for something light, order up some sushi, washed down with a margarita.