A Tel Aviv restaurant in East London, EartH Hackney is serving up a mix of fish tagine, roast aubergine salads and lamb-stuffed pitas. What's more, the bar and kitchen is areal beauty with stylish Art Deco-inspired interiors.
Where To Eat Israeli Food in London
Got a hankering for Middle Eastern food? We've got just what you need. From Hackney grill houses that pair shawarma with cocktails and quirky West End hangouts where boozy brunch flows all day to expertly designed spaces filled with stunning plates, these are the 10 best Israeli restaurants in London.
From the brains behind Jerusalem's iconic restaurant Machneyuda comes the Coal Office. With interiors designed by Tom Dixon, it's a stunning space. But the food is just as impressive, with chef Assaf Granit spearheading a menu of truffle polenta, freekeh risotto, meaty shikshukit and more.
Helmed by husband and wife team Limor and Amir Chen, Delamina is the Middle Eastern restaurant in Marylebone. Expect everything from grilled and roasted plates to veg and meat, with innovative wines, house cocktails and Instgrammable interiors to top it all off.
When it comes to Israeli restaurants in Southwark, Bala Baya is top of the list. The SE1 hotspot has built a stellar reputation for its take on Tel Aviv cooking, with a menu that sees blackberry pitta french toast for brunch, king prawn baklava for dinner and wines throughout the day.
Neal's Yard isn't just the place for Insta photos and famous cheese, it's also the home of The Barbary. Specialising in Berber flavours, the lauded restaurant serves up Middle Eastern food including black salmon dukkah and desserts like knafeh and hashcake.
One of the biggest names in London's food scene, Yotam Ottolenghi is practically royalty when it comes to Middle Eastern cooking. Check out Rovi, his restaurant in Fitzrovia, where vegetables, fermentation and fired-up cooking join swish interiors to make something special.
Looking for an Israeli restaurant Dalston? Check out chef Oded Oren's namesake outpost. Based on Shacklewell Lane, this East London pick focuses on Eastern Mediterranean food cooked on a charcoal grill matched with low intervention wines.