With increasing speed, Tel Aviv has become internationally recognised as one of the most exciting foodie capitals of the world. With increasing regularity, international publications shine the spotlight on – either the city of Tel Aviv, or one of its growing number of restaurants and acclaimed chefs.
Israeli chef’s have opened globally in London, New York, Paris and beyond, putting modern Israeli cuisine on the world map and nabbing awards in those cities. And at home, the awards keep coming, with La Liste featuring 13 Israeli restaurants on its list of 1000 best restaurants in the world.
The quality of cuisine available in Israel is bolstered by the stunning array of boutique wineries and small heirloom producers.
With Tel Aviv considered the cultural centre -the breadth of choice for variety in almost all fields is huge, and without doubt – the number one destination for planning an event of your own.
The Norman hotel, located off the historical Rothschild Blvd, and close to HaBima Sq. is home to two internationally acclaimed restaurants, as well as the The Library Bar, perfect for intimate, well executed events.
Steered by world renowned chef Barak Aharoni, Alena restaurant on the ground floor has just picked up Gault & Millau’s Restaurant of The Year award and secured its place on La Liste’s 1000 Best Restaurants in The World list. Using only the finest hand sourced ingredients, the weekday menu is a reflection of Barak Aharoni’s love of simply prepared, honest food that puts the focus on modern Israeli cuisine that draws a wide and varied influence. On the weekend, the Shabbat Ha’Malcah menu is Persian inspired. Regardless of the day of the week or the meal time, the key thread is on the best quality ingredients possible.
London restaurant brand: Dinings restaurant offers a unique Japanese menu combining traditional Japanese Izakaya and Tapas dishes, with the addition of some modern European cooking techniques. Hosting an event at the Dinings restaurant can provide a unique experience, since the format allows you to sit by the bar and watch the chefs at work, or enjoy the stuuning panoramic Tel Aviv view from the open terrace.
The Norman also offers conference and event venues with a modern and luxurious design features and the latest technological equipment and can host a number of meeting styles and event types in an array of different indoor and outdoor settings.
The Tower Garden itself can accommodate up to 80 seated, or 100 standing guests. Music and entertainment can be played in the garden and The Norman’s private dining room can accommodate up to 20 guests, and is an ideal meeting point for intimate gatherings.
For more information on hosting the perfect event with the perfect menu contact the Event Manager on 03-543-5555