A typical highly successful Tel Aviv restaurant - crowded, well placed (Ben Yehuda 182), limited but excellent menu, focusing on sea food. The food is well cooked, not too fancy, not too simple, acceptably-sized portions, excellent service. My rump steak was very tasty, as was my wife's T-bone. Very few vegetables served with it. The Creme Brule' was out of this world. Cost: for 2 small appetizers, two main courses, a bottle of water, tea, coffee and dessert NIS510 (including 35 for valet parking - a must in the area). Add the tip ad we paid just under NIS600 - $162. Loved the food but do not consider it worth the price.
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