Last updated March 13th 2016
Great places to eat fried chicken in Tel Aviv:
Is there anything better in the world than fried chicken?! Whether it’s sticky chicken wings, a fat Israeli shnitzel, or large chunks of succulent fried chicken, Tel Aviv can now cater for your craving! So if you want to fill a hole in your tummy, satisfy those munchies, get messy with your lady (or gent), or simply reminisce about home, check out one of the food joints below…
Missing America? Wings will transport you back to the South with a click of your sticky fingers. With three types of chicken – basic wings, fat wings with beer batter, and popcorn chicken – and a huge selection of different sauces, close your eyes and you will be rocking on your chair on your veranda waving to Miss Daisy.
Herzl 12 | Facebook | KOSHER
Be prepared to get your hands messy! Mike’s Place is the ultimate American sports bar – delicious homely American food, a huge cocktail menu (2-4-1 between 6pm and 8pm), hundreds of tvs showing live sport, and regular live music, all served with a beautiful American smile. And of course… amazing chicken wings, smothered in bucket-loads of delicious sticky sauce!!!
Whats better than chicken wings?! Whole pieces of beautiful golden fried chicken of course… or make that delicious, gourmet fried chicken, herb-brined for 12 hours, and then soaked in buttermilk for 12-36 hours, and then coated in 9 herbs and spices flour mix, and finally slowly fried to produce juicy, tender, flavorsome crispy pieces of FCKN CHKN. The new pop-up restaurant is only available on Fridays and Saturdays in the Kibbutz in the Nemal, catch it while it’s still hot!
Kibbutz Bar, Hataaroha 3, Nemal | Facebook
You know the feeling… your lady wants a sophisticated and elegant dinner, you just want fried chicken. Like Superman rising from a pile of delicious breadcrumbs, Café Noir flies to the rescue. With its elegant setting and thin tasty brasserie-style shnitzels, you could easily mistake Ahad Haam for Rue de Vienna!
HaShnitzel Shel Tzion
Who needs knives, forks and plates when you have a baguette and an amazing shnitzel. Top it off with a bit of salad, pickles, humus, tehina, and charif, and this is how Israelis eat fried chicken – Israel, I love you!
Hayarkon 61 | Sunday to Thursday 10am to 7pm
You got that shnitzel urge – head down to Atnachta for a delicious piece of schnitzel, super-friendly staff, a delightfully relaxed atmosphere, and a full menu of choices for those boring non-fried food eaters!