Jacko is way off the track that most tourists will follow when visiting Netanya; from the central plaza (Kikar Ha'atzmaut), you'll have to go some 15km by car to a nondescript business area in a southeastern suburb, called Poleg. It took us half an hour to find the restaurant, not in the least because the address, 7 Gibori Israel, guides you to a large block of some 30-40 smaller companies, and you'll need some knowledge of Hebrew to read "Jacko" in the homeland language. That said, the fish was very well prepared, appetizers (an array of small salads) tasty and service very friendly. One critical comment was the wine; the white was lukewarm instead of well-chilled - aaahhhrrrggg. But the excellent espresso at the end of the meal took away any ill feelings on our part.
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