New Parisian Rotisserie opens up on Ben Yehuda in Tel Aviv, L’Aile ou la Cuisse TLV


Last updated: May 23, 2017

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Another new kosher restaurant is opening in Tel Aviv, this time to serve up Rotisserie chicken located a couple block from the beach.

L’aile ou la Cuisse TLV (translated: a wing or a thigh) is a family run restaurant, where the master of the family is the master butcher, the daughter is going to be the one to run the restaurant.

When you walk into L’aile ou la Cuisse, you feel like you have entered a portal right to France, with one leg in Tel Aviv. Besides the rotisserie chicken, which is the highlight of the menu, you can find items like a hamburger on a brioche bun with either foie gras or “cheese” topping, a chicken burger, or various cuts of rib eye on a bun or on a plate. Other items on the menu include beef carpaccio, liver pate, and a variety of egg dishes.

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  • David Sherman

    Tel Aviv has changed, big time. Years ago you had to search hard to find a rare kosher restaurant. We were there before Pesach this year (stayed in the Deborah Hotel on Ben Yehuda) and were very pleasantly surprised to see that about 1/3 of the restaurants in the area are now kosher. The locals tell us it’s the influence of all the French immigrants. (It seems like half the stores on Ben Yehuda that aren’t restaurants are real estate agencies with signs in French!)

    Walking to shul (Chabad on the Coast, for English speakers) from the hotel Shabbos morning, we passed three kosher sushi restaurants alone.