The complex was built on the ruins of three restored houses near the Suzanne Dellal cultural center. The name of the establishment originates from Arabic and means pampering. It connects between the past present and future and celebrates the richness of cloture architecture and culinary development accumulated in Israel throughout history. At Dallal there is a broad verity of dishes encouraging group dinning in order to create a contemporary harmonious group oriented culinary experience.
The kitchen is based on local fresh produce, influenced by its Neve-Tzedek location - between Jaffa and the Mediterranean Sea, characterized by Mediterranean tastes from the kitchen of Chef Golan Garfunkel.
The interior design of Dallal restores the spirit of an era in which rich traders who wanted to live outside of clustered Jaffa lived in Neve-Tzedek. The restaurant includes an outdoor yard, foyer, hosting space and a magical internal courtyard with an open and under the sky bar.
About the Dallal Bakery Shop –
Within this delightful gem are small tables and a standing style espresso bar, a verity of sweet and salty baked goods combining French classics with Israeli tastes. Among the popular sweets are the éclairs in three fillings – vanilla, coffee and chocolate, a verity of croissants and small size desserts.