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Ernest Hemingway's 1952 novel The Old Man and the Sea depicts the world of a poor Cuban fisherman who fights the wild sea. These elements of sea, fish and noble nature have also inspired the establishment of the well-known restaurant on Jaffa's Kedem Street - The Old Man and the Sea.
Great place , excellent food
It is a fantastic Tel Aviv food experience a dinner at this place.
Starters coming as entrance are super
We had a fish of the day and my colleagues a calamari
Too much , impossible to finish everything
Attended a family luncheon for about two dozen family members of both sides of the groom’s family. What a huge spread of little dishes of Mediterranean, Israeli and Palestinian Food. So many flavors, wonderful spices. Endless supply of fresh made lemonade. Then several orders of...More
We walked around Old Jaffa and came across this very popular with the Tourists restaurant. We walked by one having looked at the menu which at NIS 119 gave you a dozen or so sorts of salad and a main course of your choice.
Nice and busy restaurant , always a line of people waiting to get there, good and fresh food, but very impersonal service, you feel like in a factory line , eat and leave, not a cozy felling. There are much
better places in Jaffa and...More
I’d heard about this restaurant from a lot of friends and family who had visited Tel Aviv.
It’s a swanky place and a definite must experience for tourists.
You’re welcomed with a traditional spread of hummus and different kinds of salads and sauces with pita...More