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“Bat-Mitzva Dinner”
Review of Seatara

Seatara
Ranked #692 of 1,649 Restaurants in Tel Aviv
Price range: $25 - $100
Cuisines: European, French, Seafood
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Good for: Romantic
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Private Dining, Reservations
Reviewed July 12, 2012

we visited the resturant while in israel for my sister's bat-mitzva.
the scenery was outstanding! so quiet and unique,
just makes you want to never leave!
the waiter was nice, patience and profesional,
the food was realy good and matched the atmosphere

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2  Thank hana c
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Reviewed May 25, 2012

We were invited to a business supper and based on the idea that someone else was paying you could say that we have no right to complain. However, the place is pretentiosly trying to be something it's not, that is a quality French restaurant. At night its location is indifferent, its table placing is poor, the menu is expensive and a very standard selection, when it comes the foods is reasonable at best and substandard at worst. The service is slow and other customers smoke. If you're paying for the meal, look for somewher else.

1  Thank Maignon48b
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Reviewed April 11, 2012

Me and my wife invited some good friends for breakfast at this cosy restaurant in northern Tel-Aviv sea shore. The food was similar to other Tel-Aviv restaurants which serve saturday breakfasts ,no surprises. The service is as bad as possible. Almost none of our requests were fulfilled in time. The best thing in this restaurant is the location and the sea view.

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1  Thank Shanij60
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Reviewed October 21, 2011

Our guest of honor had fond memories of this restaurant (from several years ago) so for her birthday a group of friends decided to take her out to Seatara. What a mistake. Our first table was directly across from a malodorous area (???) so we were moved to a larger table but it had no sea view (a primary reason for eating here), the service was slower than slow, the pan seared fish never saw a frying pan and the steamed vegetables were all raw....and unbelievably a carafe of water cost $10! I doubt they'll be in business much longer.

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2  Thank Shar1805
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Reviewed June 17, 2011

Slow, indifferent service, tired and expensive food, which doesn't even try to rise above the standard and the banal, and as the previous reviewer stated, a management which makes absolutely no attempt to prevent customers smoking aginst the law. Hardly surprising, when we saw the shift supervisor himself light up.....

The gorgeous sea view is not a sufficent reason to part with your money at this place for such a poor return.

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2  Thank JayeBee3
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