We ate at this restaurant last night. I had lamb, which was so tender, it could be cut with my fork, and it was seasoned perfectly. It was served with a roasted tomato and onion. I opted for a side salad, which was good. Dessert, creme brulee. My husband had poppy seed struedel, which he said was a little dry. Waitress was very knowledgable about the wine, had a blended red from Israel which was very good. This restaurant is supposed to have the best schnitzel in Tel Aviv...but if you like lamb kabob, try it! Highly recommend.
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