This is a small, cozy restaurant on busy Ben Yahuda Street. Inside and out there are candle lit tables with white table cloths and a very charming and attentive wait staff. My waitress was friendly, attentive and most efficient. After decribing the specials and anything I might not have understood, she brought fresh baked bread with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
The menu contains Piccola, samll plates, actually appetizers, Antipasti, larger plates and Secundi, main courses. Much of the menu is seasonal and local. The menu is varied consisting of home-made pasta, seafood and meat as well as vegetarian items. No one will go away hungry here.
There is also a very nice wine list with many good Israeli wines. Many can be ordered by the glass, half or whole bottle at a not unreasonable price.
I started with a delicious Beet Carpaccio from the Piccola. It was served with Gorgonzola cheese, radishes and greens in a delicious sauce. My main course was home-made Ravioli stuffed with eggplant in what I think was a very light tomato based sauce, again delicious.
Portions are a good size and so I was too full to try deserts which I heard were really excellent. Maybe next time I will make it to dessert as I will surely return.