We just ate there and thoroughly enjoyed the meal. The fish was fresh and nicely prepared. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal, with a mostly Israeli clientele.
Despite what other reviewers have written, the prices are on the low end for a restaurant serving well prepared fresh fish (and seafood) in Israel. And, to deal with another negative review, restaurant bills in Israel and Europe usually say "service not included" the wait staff certainly earn their tips with friendly and efficient service ... the salads that are served at the beginning of the meal (as you sit down) keep on coming ... the waitresses seemed to take it as a personal insult if you didn't have enough salads to eat. The advertised 10 salads (I counted more) include several varieties of egg plant, herring, ikra, crushed tomatoes and cilantro, And they took the time to answer any questions about the preparation.
Another perceived negative -- the menu written on a chalkboard in Hebrew only ... I am sure that someone can translate this into English, as there is a high percentage of English speakers in the country.
I've eaten in a number of seafood restaurants in Israel and this has to be among the very best, both for quality and price.
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