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If you are hungry don't go there. Waiting time is ridicules and portions are small and overpriced (I took beatroot salad and calamari).
The bartenders are arrogant and unattractive.
Very loud music.
Food is good though.
We sat at the bar which is totally fun because you get to watch the kitchen action. The food was yummy. We had avocado toast that was piled higher than we have ever seen. And a loaded potato that was so good we couldn’t describe...More
We were recommended North Abraxas by our hotel up the road as a great place to grab a late lunch. We'd just arrived in Tel Aviv and we needed to eat, so we weren't sure what to expect when we headed there.
We arrived to...More
Great vibe. Good food and service. Interesting menu but every starter dish was so fresh and tasty without being drowned in sauces. It was a shame they ran out of the lamb shwarma but the lamb shank was a good replacement. Would go back if...More
Last supper in Tel Aviv and what a spectacular one!
The menu is extensive and the staff super-available with much needed explanations as the chefs are inventing dishes twice a day.
We really enjoyed the shrimps, all the vegetables, the awesome pizza and the sweets....More
They serve some of the best dishes I ate. Many simple and very tasty vegetable dishes (raw and cooked). Their Chreime dish (fish cooked for a long time in spicy sauce) is heavenly. Their bread is wonderful. I love the food and I love that...More
The waitstaff seemed harried and generally uninterested. Incredibly loud bar music entering the restaurant. The food is bland, portions small, and served in no reasonable order. We were seated next to a small staircase that thumped annoyingly each time the waiters jumped over it. There...More
We had a wonderful experience at Abraxas. We ate upstairs sitting on a sofa. There were only two of us and we had the whole sofa area to ourselves, looking over the rest of the upstairs dining area. Our waiter was Nadav who sat beside...More