Cafe Noir opened in 1997 by Rafi Bader and Gideon Eliyahu. They aimed to create a place that would combine a European food tradition with the tastes and atmosphere desired by a Tel Aviv clientele.
The menu, like the city’s tastes, has expanded since the restaurant’s early days. Café Noir has remained a second home to many Tel Aviv residents, as well as a landmark to visitors.
The unique atmosphere of Café Noir - a long-established bistro in the heart of Tel Aviv - combines European culture with a Tel Aviv experience at one of the city’s most charming corners. The menu offers classic, familiar dishes such as raw fish, handmade pastas and the well-known schnitzel, made by loving hands from the best ingredients, alongside a changing specials menu, where dishes are renewed from fresh seasonal ingredients