You will not find more genuinely delicious food - at exceptionally
reasonable prices - than at Shefer¹s, a scrupulously clean, small restaurant
which was set up in Tel-Aviv some 4 years ago by a few young men, post-army,
among them a superb ³kitchen director² (who prefers that title to ³chef²).
They are the essence of politeness and charm.
My friend and I visited at lunchtime: the scrumptious fish and crispy French
allumettes - were something to write home about. The filled bell peppers
in a succulent tomato sauce were colorfully studded, jewel-like, with a
multiple variety of seeds and grains and a scattering of basmati rice. 0 A
leafy green fresh salad was set at the side. We each received a full glass
of natural fruit juice, pressed on the spot, a cup of aromatic coffee of
one¹s choice and a slice of homemade, mouth -watering almond cake. The menu
is full and varied though no meat dishes are served.
The generous portions and the modest bill were a pleasant surprise.
Shefer¹s is located at 10, Shefer Street - a quiet street bordering
Tel-Aviv¹s legendary Carmel Market. It is a friendly venue: some visitors
use their lap-tops, young mothers sit quietly with their infants. There is
a very nice terrace and extra tables are provided inside. Out shopping one
morning we could not resist stopping at Shefer¹s for breakfast where we also
bought a large loaf of their irresistible, home baked whole-meal bread.
Opening hours are Sunday through Thursday 0730 -23:00, Fridays 07:30 until
dusk. Closed Saturdays.
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