I liked everything, but for the food - it is not the Italian one, it is what israeli think Italian food should taste like. Not at all bad, but absolutely far from Italian. The have a choice of wines, but when we asked for a Veuve Cliquot flute (they had it by glass in their wine list) we were told that they don't have Veuve Cliquot by glass and offered israeli Yarden sparkling instead. :)
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