Located at the south end of Shabazi Street, Dallal (profusion in Arabic) restaurant demonstrates the idea of saving the best for the end (of course, only if you start your walk from its north end as I recommend, check out my Tour of Neve Tzedek article).
Dallal has three spaces. The most beautiful and my favorite is the inner garden, which is located between the other two. There are only a few tables in it, so I strongly advise you to ask to sit there when you book your table. Also, the tables are pretty small in the inner garden, so in case you are with a large group, you might prefer to sit in one of the spacious booths in the other two parts.
The menu includes a variety of choices, and you can always find something that will tease your culinary senses. In addition, Dallal has a particularly interesting wine list, and there are always some special wines that you can’t find on the wine list.
Like almost every other restaurant in Neve-Tzedek, the prices are higher than the average restaurant in Tel Aviv, which is why I prefer to eat there at business lunch time. Also, Dallal’s breakfast offers great value for money, especially because of its breads basket, which arrive from their nearby bakery (which is open also, and offers a variety of pastries and hot drinks).