We tried to book for six in the evening and were told they opened at seven. Not being familiar with Ashdod, we went around in circles a couple of times, passing the restaurant again and again because the sign wasn't lit and the number on the door was 4, even though the address was supposed to be 11. Shortly after we arrived a party of four unknown, not famous men finished eating and left. I asked when they had started and was told five-thirty. They were so important the restaurant was willing to open an hour and a half earlier than usual, but not let us come at six. We ordered fish, which came half-cooked and cold on the inside. The restaurant had been recommend as a culinary delight, which it certainly wasn't, and the service was poor as well.
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