Nice restaurant in the new and trending Flea market neighborhood in Jaffa. No longer just a place for second hand furniture and bric-a-brac, the "Shuk HaPishpishim (Flea Market) is being gentrified and there are many nice boutiques, cafes and restaurants for tourists and locals, alike. Fleamarket Restaurant is one such place. The cuisine is "world-metro-current" with a local twist. The food is good and the ambience is very nice - no noise-level problems. Took colleagues from California and Tel Aviv for a social business dinner. Salmon bruschetta, orange sashimi, mushroom risotto, entrecote w/roasted marrow, hangar steak and "Fleamarket Shwarma" among the appetizers and entrees; only one fell short. Desserts were cheesecake in small mason jars and "Ferrero Rocher" chocolate bombs. Good after dinner coffee. The wine list is incredibly short with very few Israeli wines to choose from. Our waiter was pleasant, but erratic. Still, a good time was had by all and the shortcomings were taken care of by the manager before we were presented with the bill. So no complaints to register and kudos to Fleamarket for attending to same in such a great way. Hopefully, they will enlarge the wine list and work through the minor kinks in the menu. Recommended. About USD 50 including wine per person w/out tip
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