The food here is standard, but the setting spectacular: a 600-year-old building with covered terraces overlooking a minaret, the sea, and the Tel Aviv coastline—fabulous for sunset watching over a leisurely dinner. As for the menu, it includes a selection of Middle Eastern salads with pita bread, followed by grilled fish or meat paired with a glass of wine. Aladin can get busy as its vista is in demand. Reservations are not accepted.