Deca is an upscale fish restaurant in Tel Aviv that is kosher mehadrin under the supervision of the Tel Aviv Rabbinate. Deca is pricier than most restaurants, but if you’re looking for a more elegant experience, Deca is a nice choice.
Ahavat Hayam is a unique fish restaurant in Jerusalem with surprisingly wonderful ambiance. I say “surprisingly” because of its location above a Yellow convenience store in a gas station.
The Grill Bar restaurant, located in Jerusalem’s city center, is a popular steakhouse whose menu includes a wide variety of meat, chicken and fish dishes at reasonable prices. The restaurant is mehadrin under the highly-respected kashrut supervision of Rabbi Machpud.
Muscat is an Italian restaurant located in the Givat Shaul neighborhood of Jerusalem. In addition to Italian cuisine, it serves a wide variety of offerings including breakfasts, fish, a large selection of salads, sandwiches and toasts (the menu appears below).
Cafe Rimon in downtown Jerusalem is a mehadrin dairy restaurant which offers a large selection of dairy, fish and Italian cuisine. Both indoor and outdoor seating is available and it is preferable to reserve a table to ensure you won’t have to wait to be seated.
Market Pick & Mix (aka Alim Yerukim) in Ramat Gan is not “just” a salad bar from which you can pick and choose from a wide selection of vegetables, grains, legumes and cheeses to create your own custom salad. It also offers freshly baked fish, soups and vegan house specialties.