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very good Israeli food nicely served exelent service.
very close to isaeli theater can combine dinner and theater same evening.
we enjoied this evninng very much.
I recommend to come by taxi because parking is not very much avalable.
Came in after visiting the museum. Lunch time deal included a starter, a main and a glass of lemonade for the price of a main.
We chose the beef tagin and the vegetable curry as mains. Both were delicious, generous servings.
The service was friendly...More
Been here many times, the food is always great even amazing. Come at noon and you even enjoy starter, main dish and drink for the price of the main dish.
Service also good and most of the time professional (last time I asked for water...More
We were party of five. We reserved in advance (recommend) for Friday evening. The restaurant was full. Service was not effected. We had three dishes each. Strongly recommend the Moroccan cigars filled with meat, cooked in deep oil, Eggplants, Beet dish was great!, for main...More
The best thing about this restaurant is its location - right next to the Israel opera and Cameri theater. The food is uninspired (the hamburgers we had actually smelled a bit off), the service was amateurish and SLOW, and the prices were through the roof....More
The name is only written in Hebrew outside, so this can be a little tricky to find for non-Hebrew readers. It is worth the effort to find. Located near the opera, it has a limited, but varied menu and the food is excellent.
Went for Saturday lunch with my children and grandchildren. Extremely child friendly with activities to keep them occupied.
Interesting varied menu. Had a fantastic lamb shank reminiscent of those I've had in the Canary islands.
Will be back