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All reviews steak polenta pork belly seafood salad tuna non kosher dan boutique excellent cocktails train station main course great atmosphere israeli cuisine sitting at the bar tel aviv friday night attentive service
With a group of forty friends, celebrating a surprise birthday, the food was excellent.
Started with small appetizers
Than mix meets, salads and ending with mixed desserts. Everything was beautifully served by smiling waiters.
If it weren’t for nice and efficient server it would have been a one star review. This place used to be excellent but now with one of the most expensive menus in Jerusalem and mediocre food at best. My steak was all gristle and my...More
We looked for an open place near the hotel, it was a great surprise as it cane to be one of our best meals in our short vacation
The service on the bar was great, the food was awesome, as well as the service ,...More
We chose this restaurant because of the good reviews. The restaurant was very crowded, very noisy, we had to ask the waitress several times to lower the music volume. The seating is not really comfortable, meaning that for the price we paid, I would expect...More
The place is really nice but busy and noisy. We were sited in the middle of the restaurant and could barely talk as the music was so loud. There was a couple table next to us which another couple sitting just above them staring into...More
We stayed at the Dan Boutique which is directly across the street from this restaurant. I don't know where else in Jerusalem you can have pork belly and mashed potatoes, but if that's your choice this is your place. We also enjoyed the ceviche, gnocchi,...More
We ate here with our 2 daughters (9 and 12) and we all absolutely loved it. Out of all of the restaurants we ate in both Tel Aviv and Jerusalem The Culinary Workshop was on of our favorites. Also great cocktails. The service was fantastic....More
While the menu was interesting at this hip, loud place, the food while fine, was just that, fine, nothing that blows your socks off. I ordered the "seafood casserole", which ended up being a collection of some shrimp, mussels, and small crab claws without much...More
The food here is delicious. It should be noted, however, that unlike most restaurants in Jerusalem, this one is not kosher. It isn’t actually as hidden away as it first seemed when the taxi driver had no idea as to where to let us off....More