For Israel, Uri Buri is great. For the rest of the world, OK. Our meal started poorly with the hostess trying to seat us by the door (we did have reservations). When we threatened to leave, she gave us a better table, though not in one of the preferable side rooms. The place is pretty small and crowded. The waitress was very helpful and spoke English well. She guided us. We had a their version of a tasting menu, which is unlike the American version...surprise. They just keep bringing stuff until you say enough and they charge you for what you ate so it's no bargain. The food was OK though for Israel it was above par. Still, no Turkish coffee!
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