Don't get me wrong, this is a good restaurant with sophisticated dishes with great potential, but too pricey, too hyped and too much to improved to be called one of the best in TLV or Israel.
We came here following a recommendation of my brother who live locally and is a foodie, so expectation were high from the start, and so was the disappointment...we booked a table for dinner for two and were put on a communal table at the centre of the restaurant. I had to be very persuasive to get a different table, as ordered...putting this aside, the service was great, informative, pleasant and not in your face. The starters and cocktails was excellent though when the main dishes arrived it went downhill. I had the veal stake and my wife the trout (I think) fish. Both dishes whilst looking great arrive cold, and we only sat 1m from the pass.
Obviously we have returned it, waited for the dishes to come out again whilst listening to the head chef screaming on his staff (but of course). 2nd time the food was delicious. So were the choc pearls we received in oyster shells.
So why the 4* rating? Because with all the faults the food is good, different and the special cheese cake with olives (!!!) is something so different that worth trying.
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