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In a very good central position close to the opera house and the Tel Aviv museum, Uno is a very good Italian not meat restaurant. Not too big and therefore not too noisy, a nice menu to choose from and excellent service.
We celebrated an event from work, the atmosphere was very pleasant, a beautifully designed place and the service was courteous
Very tasty starters, we mainly ordered fish and pizzas - delicious and satisfying dishes
Good and tasty desserts
I avoid giving bad comments, but I will make an exception this time.
Although the pasta was good, nothing outsatnding can be said about it.
The salad was not well prepared and very bad presentation. Surely, it does not justify its price.
The beer was...More
Everything- food, waitressing, drinks, price, etc, were all perfect.
The only thing that spoiled it was the hostess, who had a bad attitude, put 3 people on a 2 person table when there were plenty of seats available, completely unprofessional. We don't know her name...More
A massive disappointment. The girls who waited on us, were very pleasant and worked hard. However, the food was very average. The pizza was awful, thin, soft and looked like it had been re heated. Worst of all was the behaviour of the manager who...More
A good one .i was ther for celebration. So i don't know prices.but the food was very good and rich .the dessert was very good and rich. Ther is parking place in Henyon Hkirya Shaul hmelech corner Derech namir in weekend is free.very close to...More
Went for first wedding anniversary . The dishes themselves were ok. However on returning home we both started vomiting and stayed up all night with a bad stomach.
When writing to the restaurant there was no display of empathy just a rude response that the...More
My husband and I went to Uno for dinner. The food was fantastic. I had eggplant Parmesan for an appetizer and ravioli batista for the entre. Both were divine. The best I have ever tasted. My husband had the risotto balls in red sauce for...More