Boya., Tel Aviv-Yafo

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Tel Aviv Old Port 03 5446166

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    Boya: Best for lunch

    by Nathalie_B Updated Apr 11, 2004

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    Another great restaurant by the beach. It has a very nicely designed interior, but who wants to sit inside on a beautiful sunny day? ;-) Boya has pretty good lunch menu which includes salad, main course and a glass of soda or beer. The place is very popular, especially at the evening and night time. And the service is good too.

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    Boya?: Great place to have brunch in the port!

    by Oana_bic Written May 7, 2007

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    Thats such a great spot for brunch plus they have a really good deal with lots of french toast, salad, bacon with a coktail for $10! The views are very nice, the crowd is trendy and the food is really good! Highly recommandable

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    Boya: Excellent Dining on the Boardwalk

    by iblatt Written Jan 21, 2011

    "Boya" is located near the northern end of the boardwalk. From its windows you get a view of the sea, very close to the restaurant; some say it feels like being on a ship at sea. The ambience in "Boya" is very pleasant; it's lively, yet not vero noisy and you can have a conversation and be heard at the other end of the table (which is not always the case in Israeli restaurants). The elliptical bar is an integral part of the restaurant, and you can order any item from the food menu at the bar.

    The food is excellent. We ordered a choice of starters (goat cheese with chilli, baked aubergine in youghurt, and also very good humus), and then fish and seafood for the main course; my sea bream was very good, and so were the salmon filet and the shrimps. Other than fish, there are also meat dishes, pizzas and salads. The desserts were also very tasty; I was very happy with my halva-parfait.

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