You can eat food just for fuel, or you can eat it for your soul; the type that lifts, delights, makes you shake your head in wonder at its artistry. The food at Catit is definitely in the latter. Dish after dish arrives each like a masterpiece in a fine gallery; wonderfully plated and beautifully cooked. The service is impeccable. The surroundings: Bauhaus chic. If you are fortunate enough to be in Tel Aviv, then your holiday will not be complete until you have eaten here. You chose three, four or five courses from a fixed price menu. On top of that there are the delights of the amuse bouche, through to the palette cleanser. Coupled with lovely Israeli wines, there is nothing finer in this city.
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