Very delicious and great service! We loved the wine list, the Caesar salad and the pasta de mare and don't forget the onion soup.
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We were able to get a last minute reservation and was seated at the bar. The food was amazing from the appetizers to entrees. There is a good selection of wines and mixed drinks.
First visit . Based on friends recommendation and research on Tripadvisor . Food was great , food was clever , tasty and different from similar places we visited . Service superb and waitress named Dor , was very very attentive , helpful , went out...More
We visited for our wedding anniversary. The restaurant is classy and romantic. Its a small intimate restaurant. The staff were very professional and helpful. Food is tasty and selection of wine is good. Only 2 downsides- no parking near this restaurant-Tel Aviv is known for...More
I ate early, so restaurant was quiet. Menu limited. I opted for a starter ragu which was tasty; the fish with risotto was nothing special. With a gin & tonic, and a glass of red wine, my bill came to nearly IS300. Expensive and mediocre.
A perfect place for a quiet meal. The menu is a bit limited. But the food is very good. Artichokes with polenta is a great dish. The toasted bread is delicious, and almost like cake. Great wine. Polite service. I wouldn't recommend this place for...More
we came for lunch (only saturday), celebrating end of 2016, everything was delicious. we had onion soup and artichoks on polenta, parisian gnocchi and yolk tortellini, tiramisu and panna cotta. it was all great. as was the wine and the coffee. service was very good...More
a quiet restaurant , where talking is possible . Food is ok , although the fish seems to be very average , using old and used olive oil . Pasta ok , but ...portions are really small , more for a starter than for a...More