Decca has become one of our favorite restaurants in Tel Aviv, after discovering one year during Passover on concierge recommendation. Normally I would not opt to go to a kosher dairy restaurant.
It serves mainly excellent and creative fish, so fresh it is almost still swimming and some good pasta/risotto dishes. The gnocci are wonderful, but personally I prefer a bit lighter sauce. The decor of the restaurant is modern and interesting. Nice private room upstairs. Clean, well run open kitchen.
The Israeli chopped salad is probably the freshest, most meticulous finely chopped salad in town. Although not always on the menu ask for the Pumpkin carpacio, it is wonderful! and perhaps you get lucky. We sometimes miss fresh vegetable sides, usually they have only grilled vegetable skewer. Service is friendly and very accomodating, but can be a bit slow at times.
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