Not only a good name for a restaurant, Aria has also established itself as a well- reputed moniker on the Tel Aviv culinary scene. It recently launched a new summer menu featuring a wide array of signature dishes with a gourmet touch.
Aria has a soft and warm interior design, which includes a window that offers guests a peek into the open kitchen, creating an all- round inviting and intimate dining atmosphere. Chef Guy Gamzu fuses Israeli cuisine with Mediterranean style cooking. Every item on the menu receives special attention and showcases dishes unique to Aria in both taste and presentation.
Our meal opened with some fantastic starters. We began with the calamari salad (NIS 58) with chili paste, tomatoes, mint and coriander served on sheep yogurt. The flavors were on point – and I don’t particularly like calamari. The calamari was grilled perfectly without being overcooked, complemented by the flavorful greens served with them.