went there for dinner. Very basic everything - food and service. Nothing special, so they could at least have been nicer...
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If you like grilled meat this is a good restaurant. However, the prices are way too high for the amount of meat they bring. The food is very tasty and the salad we had was excellent.
Totally overpriced. The meal was too small, with variety of the salads, half of which we couldn't even eat, i.e. very bitter olives (I never experienced such horribly tasting olives before), spicy carrots, some sort of yogurty paste, and another half was eaten just because...More
My son wanted to eat MEAT for dinner so we came here and got the mixed grill - lamb, beef, chicken. The staff were friendly enough, the starter salads were fine (except for the corn one, but maybe it's just me that thinks tinned corn,...More
We enjoy grilled food. We chose this restaurant for its reputation as a grill restaurant. The service was good and the seating was fine. I ordered chicken livers on the skewer and she ordered lamb chops. We ordered an Israeli salad with Tahina, fries and...More
We found this place because we were craving hummus of course. The service is ok. The problem is not the employees or the location. The food is poor quality. The hummus was not a good fresh made you would expect in Tel Aviv. I have...More
Was looking for a quick bite quite late at night. Saw what is an unimposing restaurant, was fairly busy so we decided to give it a try. . The waitress recommended the mixed skewers with salads and Pita.....The food was excellent, service friendly. Well worth...More
Ate here four times during our recent visit. Unpretentious place that has been at the Port forever. Great food and good service. Laugh along with the waiter and you might be given complimentary coffee and dessert.We took two groups of friends and relatives there and...More
This is one of our favorite restaurants. If you are looking for great Middle Eastern food at a reasonable price, this is the place. It is not in a fancy location; it is on the street in the Nemal (port) section of north Tel Aviv....More