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US$30 - US$91
Seafood, Mediterranean, Greek, Southern-Italian
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The reviews for this restaurant were mixed, but we decided to go for lunch. The restaurant is right on the lakeshore and has a beautiful view of the lake the Golan Heights. We started with the anchovy bruschetta, with caramelized onions, anchovies, and arugula, (rocket),...and shrimp on a skewer. Both were very tasty but unexciting. For mains, I had the seafood skillet, a seafood mix in 'beurre blanc', and my wife had sea bass fillet on a bed of spinach gnocchi and asparagus in chicken stock. For dessert, I had the "Lemon curd on a crispy cookie, hints of yuzu, lime, matcha, and vanilla mascarpone Chantilly", and my wife had the "Caramel mousse with crispy hazelnut sablé, hints of espresso crémeux, and caramelized hazelnuts" which was a bit heavier, but no less enjoyable. We arrived early for a 13:00 reservation and were promptly seated. There were very few others there, but by the end of our meal it had filled up considerably. What had begun as a quiet, pleasant atmosphere became quite noisy and a lack of acoustic treatment may have contributed. Our server Shelli was lovely and attentive without hovering. I never once had to look for her, which is unusual in many Israeli restaurants. Expensive is a relative term. For 3 courses and cocktails for two, it came to over $100, which is an indulgence for us. For others, it may be the norm. I would certainly recommend Aleta, and suggest going during daylight hours so as to enjoy the views.More

Date of visit: March 2021
Reviewed 25 June 2020

True local gem! Yes, we've enjoyed the food, cocktails, service, and superb location. Aleta is located on the water. It offers a spacious well-designed, and lit dining area a floor above the water with excellent view. Those who wish to be by the water won't...be disappointed as Aleta has an outside dining area at the water's edge. The menu offers tasty and innovative dishes coupled with a nice bar and great service. As a side note, they take the Corona regulations seriously where, among other things, the staff wears their masks all the time.More

Date of visit: June 2020
Reviewed 19 June 2020 via mobile

Last night we had a truly breathtaking experience at Aleta. Beginning the night with our waitress Rotem, we received excellent recommendations. Every item we ate was fantastic, from the Red Tuna Tartar to the Caramel And Hazelnut desert. Both Rotem and our second waiter, Gal,...were delightful throughout the evening. We will absolutely be returning as soon as possible, and are excited to try every other dish on the menu!!!More

Date of visit: June 2020
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