The area surrounding the Great Synagogue on Allenby st. hosts some of the best places in town: there's the new Thai restaurant - The Thai in Har Sinai - a cool new restaurant serving really good Southern Thai cuisine. The menu includes a good selection of fish, vegetable dishes and meat as well as cocktails and the music is good. I’ve only been there once so far and everything the waiter recommended was good. Santa Katarina, the neighbor to the left to the Thai place is also a great choice. With a classy touch but otherwise very casual, it serves seafood and different kinds of pizzas and breads that are baked in the restaurant’s huge brick oven. And last but not least - Port Said, which has long become the place to meet, no matter your circles. It's always crowded and always right on point. Live edgy music, drinks and the light, fresh food from Eyal Shani’s kitchen. Come to the area in the evening time and see what you’re in the mood for. You can register in line for the the Thai place and Port Said while Santa Katarina also takes phone reservation. Anyhow, coming here is a safe bet. You can also visit the inside of the synagogue, which was built in the early 1920s.
Har Sinai St, Tel Aviv-Yafo