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I live next door to the restaurant. Have been willing to try eating there. I have been going there once a week since.
Very enjoyable restaurant, good healthy and quality food, worth paying for. Service is great as well.
The food is good. It's a busy restaurant so you need to book. We didn't think this was a particularly cheap restaurant; but we enjoyed the food and the atmosphere and would probably go back when we visit Israel again.
This was our favorite restaurant in Tel Aviv, and wish we'd gone back a second time. They very kindly accommodated our impromptu party of 7 on a Monday evening, the eve of Purim.
We started off with one of the daily specials, a spanish mackerel...More
We came in for lunch and enjoyed ourselves very much.
We had a burger from fish and sea food, wow! A delight! And it came with french fries and calamari. We had a very nice Ceaser salad and a broskat with eggplant, egg, tahini and...More
Had dinner with a coworker. From the service, food quality and drink selection I would rate this place a 4.4. I had the whole fried sea bass and really enjoyed it. It was a very good experience. I recommend a visit and would certainly go...More
Having visited here a couple of years ago we decided to head back again on this current trip to Tel Aviv. We booked a table for 6.30pm and it was my wife’s birthday. Meet and greet person informed us that we could have the table...More
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Go to the website, to Hebrew page for "Contact" and fill in the form at the bottom. The form doesn't translate. From left to right: enter your name, your telephone, your email, and then enter details in the body and click... More
Go to the website, to Hebrew page for "Contact" and fill in the form at the bottom. The form doesn't translate. From left to right: enter your name, your telephone, your email, and then enter details in the body and click send. But - you don't really need reservations. This is more of an upscale diner than a reservation-necessary dining place.