The noisy, bustling atmosphere of Café Noir, with its ballet of fast, efficient waiters, recalls the great Parisian brasseries. The iconic Schnitzels, for which the place is famous, are thin, crunchy and available in different formats. In addition to this star dish, there is a wide range of attractively presented, typical Tel-Aviv dishes including ceviche, roasted cauliflower, fish and even a classic endive salad with goat cheese and pear. The cuisine is inspired from all over with Middle Eastern tehina surprisingly served on the ceviche, or a classical Italian tiramisu. The menu is spare but well planned, with pleasing multiple influences. It’s a little corner of Paris in Tel-Aviv, popular with both locals and nostalgic French clients.