Looking for mouth-watering Thai food in an authentic setting? In one way, Thai at Har Sinai is just what you want (translation: the food is unapologetically delicious). But traditional it is not. This jewel-box of an eatery nestled in the shadow of the Great Synagogue has a vibe we can only describe as Asian-influenced Mardi Gras. The cocktail menu is to die for, and there's a plethora of fun, inspired small plates ideal for sharing. You won't find any shoddy, food-court-style imitations of real Thai food. Instead, feast on tom kha kai, a spicy and sour soup, luscious with creamy coconut milk and kaffir leaves, paired with a decidedly non-Thai cocktail (try the Tommie).


Thai-inspired cuisine in a setting that feels like a celebration.
Festive small plates, cocktails and atmosphere for a night out in the city.
1 Har Sinai, Tel Aviv 6581601
Mon.-Thurs. & Sun., 6:30 p.m.-midnight; Fri., noon-5 p.m.; Sat., 7:30 p.m.-midnight

For reservations, text 054-2017132.