Apparently one of the new hot spots in Tel Aviv, we tried to reserve a table. Even a local friend with lots of connections got involved... We still failed! I the spirit of never giving up, we just showed up at dinner time and we were assigned a seat at the bar outside. Even in August no problem, the rest of the year certainly a blessing. Very relaxed athmosphere. Ben (the waiter) invited us for a vodka (todah rabah) and we chose a Israeli Pelter Sauvignon Blanc (go local!!!!!). Sweetbreads (yum, if you like them), sald with figs, risotto, sea breams on tomatoes (crispy, tasty on the tangy tomatoes) and a chocolate (death) brownie dessert, built at the tale. The envy of our (very charming Tel Aviv neighbors at the bar). To share is to care, but we decided to have it to ourselves, because it was so good!
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