The restaurant is located in an unattractive part of town, so I wouldn't recommend it to visitors passing through Tel Aviv. The food was quite good, certainly not gourmet but quite honest, at least it respects the basics of Italian cuisine (which most of self-proclaimed Italian restaurants don't). They even have a certificate of the Italian Chamber of Commerce as "Ambassadors of food"- which to my knowledge only a total of 9 restaurants have in Tel Aviv. Desserts were also good, although overpriced (starting at NIS 40). For a simple Italian meal, it is not disappointing. It does not offer pizza, but mainly pasta, meat and fish dishes.
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