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The best place to look for inexpensive meals is in De Shalit Square (Kikar De Shalit), a pleasant little plaza surrounded by snack shops, ice-cream parlors, and small restaurants catering to locals and the beach crowd alike. You'll find more expensive, inventive restaurants in the building complexes of Herzlia's New Industrial Center, inland from the beach, near Hwy. 2, the main Tel Aviv-Haifa coastal road. In fact, people from all over Israel come here for some of the best dining experiences in the country. All the restaurant choices listed here, with the exception of Tandoori and Picasso (which have locations in Tel Aviv), are worth a trip from Tel Aviv.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.