Although a little pricey, in felt the quality of the food was so Good that it was worth the extra money. We ordered the fish tartar with wasabi, the fish with lemon, the blue crab, the sirloin, the vegetables, the mushrooms, and a shrimp entree, the baklava, and the creme brûlée...for a party of four is was the perfect amount of food. We would :DEFINITELY recommend this place to our friends.
Other great restaurants in Tel Aviv: Olivery on Ibn Givrol (great italian, homemade pasta), Moon Sushi on Bograshov, Nanushka for Georgian food and Baba Yaga on Haryakon for Russian food.
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