- 73 Rokach Blvd, Tel Aviv
- North Tel Aviv
- Sun-Thurs from 12:00 pm to 12:00 am
Over the past several years, Chef Eyal Levi’s Rockach 73 has become one of the city’s most popular restaurants thanks an especially innovative menu based on cuisines from around the Mediterranean region.
The highlights of the menu at Rokach 73 are the many fish, seafood and aged meat specialties, such as the crab bisque, rich bouillabaisse (with fish fillet, crab, shrimps, calamari and mussels), filet champignon flambé (with champignon mushrooms, caramelized onions, mangold leaves and beef jus, porcini mushrooms and cognac), among others.
The restaurant’s interior manages to be romantic while remaining unpretentious, and the bar is well-stocked with an emphasis on Israeli boutique wines as well as selections from France, Spain, Austria, Italy, Germany, Australia and New Zealand.
Rokach Shuk brings the fantastic cuisine of Rokach 73 the Tel Aviv Port Market. The menu is tapas-esque, offering half-portions, designed for guests to be able to sample multiple dishes. There is limited seating inside, but plenty outside with a picturesque sea view to accommodate the almost endless sunny days in Tel Aviv.
Where: Hangar 12, Tel Aviv Port, Tel Aviv-Yafo
Rokach Yam in Jaffa Port is a wine bar concept restaurant that focuses heavily on fresh fish and seafood sourced directly from Jaffa fishermen. The space is tasteful, but casual with a bustling atmosphere.
Where: Jaffa Port, Tel Aviv-Yafo