It was on my to do list while visiting Tel Aviv and it so happened to be right next door to my work/hotel. There were four of us who ate here, the other three were locals whom also had not eaten there before
First the restaurant, it was a stand alone building next to the Sarona Market (which in itself is awesome as a place to grab a bite or drink). The building looked amazing in that it was both old and contemporary at the same time. It definitely had the same design as some of the other "templar" buildings in the area but modernized.
The service was fantastic! While the restaurant was slowly getting crowded, the friendliness and efficiency was great! They also commented on our food choices which I always love as it connects the eater with the experience.
The food was fusion Israeli with hints of Mediterranean. We ordered the calamari, octopus, fish tartare as appetizers which were all delicious!
The mains had some many choices especially in fish vs meat arena. Ultimately I had the Grouper fillet, but there was this beef dish which looked incredible (smoked for 12 hrs). Something to try for next next trip there.
Afterwards, there are many things one could do, including heading next door to the Whiskey bar/musuem, another similar vibe/style place with tons of people but yet still not have that touristy feeling!
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