We were brought here by locals - thank goodness because the menu is only in Hebrew, although the waitstaff does speak English. We also came back a second time without our local friend and managed to order well even though we can't read Hebrew.
Dishes are small and fun to share. Our favorites were the Brad Salad and the sweet potatoes (although they were out of sweet potatoes the second time we visited!).
Great atmosphere - cool DJ, kind of hipster, all outdoor seating, free "chasers" (aka shots) on the house each time we visited.
Closed on Friday evenings for Shabbat ... although friends told us they reopen very late on Friday night. We went around 8:30pm and they were closed though.
Our best meal in Tel Aviv hands down.
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