We went to Seatara on Saturday morning for a breakfast, the restaurant is located in a somewhat remote location in northern part of Tel Aviv called "Tel Baruch", taxi or car is the only way to get there, the restaurant itself, is beautifully designed, it has a balcony/terrace that has a great view of the sea, perfect for romantic dinners, or just to have a nice midday lunch. We reserved 2 places at the bar, their bar has 2 areas, 1, which has the tall regular bar chairs, and another one, a short bar, with regular chairs as you have in the rest of the restaurant, being 6"4' i had a small problem seating in that "short" bar area, since I had no place for the legs to go under. Now to the main part, the service and the food. The service is OK, just ok, the bartender took good care of us, although it took a long while until the food was served, he offered us drinks and starters meanwhile.. and at the end after we settled the bill, he didn't forget to mention that we still have 1 free soft drink left to take, a big plus! The food itself was good, but, and that's a big BUT, for some reason it was very salty. I ordered a Salmon Omelette which is called "Neged HaZerem" and my fiancee ordered the Israel toast breakfast "at Leon's", and we both agreed that the main dishes, and the salad that came with it was way too salty. To sum up, "Seatara" is a nice restaurant, nice atmosphere, nice location, every place has pros and cons, and there is always room for improvement, but over all 4 out 5! Will try again!
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