The place is closed !!!!!!!! The owner Shaul Evron , just passed away a few months back . What a shame : the man knew how to deal with meats and good wines .
Sadly Shaul Evron has died last year (2012) and "Yoezer Bar Yain" has closed its doors on 20th of march 2013, after nearly 20 years.
been there few times. costly, but great. atmosphere is special, food is great. sure an enjoyable evening
Shaul Evron's sanctuary of hedonism used to be one of the greatest restaurants in Tel Aviv: a dimly lit space with arched chillings in what must have been remnants of a crusaders' hall, a huge selection of excellent wines, offered both by glass and by bottle, inspiring small dishes and delicious chunks of meat made by the talented kitchen stuff... More
Yes, the place is a bit pricey, but the food was really excellent, and the wine was very fairly priced, all things considered. The building is beautiful and the atmosphere wasn't 'heavy'.
Unapologetic fat, unhealthy, carnivore, fine dining. We had hearty sausage (made inhouse by the chef) that came with creamy mushed potatoes and lovely mustard and pickles, great soup, lamb pasta, stew and an amazing chocolate mouse for dessert. It was too much, and we ate almost everything. A romantic expensive place.
There is something about the place that just does not click for me. The food while well prepared is too pricey for what you get. The "bohemian" atmosphere does not do it for me.
but the mythological founder called the local pope of gastronomy passed last month. marked up V V expensive and very well known for best kitchen location is accordingly in an old Jaffa buldin
Yoezer is a place you go for really good wine. They have one of the best wine lists in Tel Aviv. The place is very sophisticated, the atmosphere is great and the food is excellent. Pricewise it is on the higher end, but if you can afford it you are guaranteed a treat.
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