The dining room was over refrigerated for our taste, so we sat on the balcony. Some of the tables are better than others, looking over the museum’s garden, but those were all taken by the time we arrived. We had the business lunch, consisting of an appetizer and a main course. Our starters were a salad of tomatoes and polenta (the polenta was fried, although the menu doesn’t mention it) and tuna mousse (very tasty), served with bread and olive oil. Our entrées were mushroom spaetzle (excellent) and lasagna. The atmosphere was relaxed.
If you own or manage ANINA Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.