27 Sderot Sha’ul Hamelech Tel Aviv | Museum and Opera Arena | 03-6447441
Pastel – a modern, stylish Israeli brasserie led by owner Itzik Hengal.
Pastel restaurant resides in a lively area that houses the city’s premier cultural institutions. The restaurant attracts visitors from the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art, the Cameri Theatre, and the Israeli Opera, as well as guests out on the town, enjoying its unique location.
In charge of the restaurant’s design, which has earned the title of “Best Designed Restaurant” in the world wide competition Space Design Award – Idea Tops of 2014, are architects Alon Baranowitz and Irina Kronenberg. The restaurant has been designed as an integral part of the new wing of the museum, which was designed by American architect Preston Scott Cohen. The building’s exterior layer is sucked in sculpturally to create the seating and bar area.
The restaurant comprises of three separate seating areas, each offering a different dining experience: the central space; the spacious terrace overlooking the sculpture garden; and the “cocoon” – a tucked-away, hidden bar that is a world of its own. Each space offers a variety of seating areas and a wide range of styles and ambiences for wining and dining.
The restaurant dedicates a great deal of emphasis to the small details, in the quality of service as well as that of the food.
PASTEL | MENU
PASTEL | RESERVATIONS
We will gladly reserve a table for you, please call
PASTEL | EVENTS
Pastel hosts events of all kinds:
company events or private events in one or more of the three areas of the restaurant: our terrace, overlooking the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art sculpture garden; the Cocoon bar – an intimate, exclusive space that can house up to sixty guests seating, or a hundred guest standing; and the restaurant’s central internal space.
To book an event please leave the following information
PASTEL | CONTACT
12PM - 12AM
It is recommended to use "Golda" parking, 7 Berkovitch st.
PASTEL BRASSERIE & BAR
27 Sderot Sha'ul Hamelech, Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv Museum Garden
"Pastel won international prizes and is listed in 1000 of the best worldwide restaurants by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs"
"Best 100 israeli dishes"
"This modern brasserie beside the Tel Aviv Museum of Art shows how a good restaurant can complement a museum"
"Pastel is the kind of a restaurant that you end up intoxicated by the food and with inner insights"