In the southern part of Tel Aviv, near Lewinsky Food Market, Dalida offers a simple, attractive Middle Eastern inspired setting in keeping with the theme of the restaurant. The waiters are very helpful, preventing us from over-ordering or choosing haphazardly. The menu proposes three sizes of dishes: small, medium or large, depending on how hungry you are or if you are a large group interested in sharing dishes. The raw zucchini salad with artichokes and yellow tomato confit is very refreshing and creamy thanks to the charred red pepper sauce and labane. The flavors are distinctive, without being overwhelming. The Arab cabbage with champagne, calamari, bacon, champagne mousse and Jerusalem artichokes is very creative: the textures are interesting and the tastes are distinctive, with each ingredient retaining its own singular flavor, while the overall effect is harmonious. The ravioli stuffed with chicken wings, onion confit and dill are cooked al dente, as they should be, and covered in a sauce made from chicken broth, buffalo milk yogurt, goat cheese, pistachio and watercress. The Egyptian dessert, Umm Ali, is a combination of a very tasty Malabi and an incredibly moist vegan cake made from semolina. The combination is unexpected but very successful. This is a perfect place to have a drink and a few sharing dishes with friends or enjoy a full dinner and the very pleasant musical atmosphere.