Yummy food,friendly service. Excellent handmade pasta and great location! Recommended to those who love the Italian kitchen.
Thanks for fantastic gluten-free food at your lovely restaurant in Tel aviv. We were well looked after by attentive waiting staff. The bread was superb, served warm and crusty. The waitress even packed me two rolls so that I could have them for breakfast the following morning. Sitting outside with my husband and two friends on a warm October evening... More
An excellent restaurant that has glutenfree pasta! The server was very knowledgeable about celiac. To top it all off, their GF chocolate dessert is totally outrageous!!!
A very friendly waiter gave a good first impression, and she gave very good service throughout the meal. In adittion to the a la carte menu, we were informed of today's special, 3 additional dishes. We both had pasta, which tasted really nice. The desserts were mouthwatering, and really generous portions; I only managed half of a splendid chocolate mousse.... More
Well located at the corner of Dizengoff and Gordon this place offers a well served trattoria like Italian food. We took the linguine with seafood (which obviously means the restaurant is not Kosher) and the lasagne bolognese. Both were served the Israeli way, meaning once you have finished there is no space even for the slightest dessert. The seafood were... More
I spent a few hours here at lunch while my room at the adjoining hotel was being prepared. Much to my surprise, the warm and friendly staff were quick and efficient - perhaps too quick as I was hoping to have a leisurely lunch. I ordered the veal schnitzel which came out almost immediately, but was piping hot and tasted... More
We had the Israeli breakfast and Shakshuka which was fresh and tasty. The service was great and we didnt have to look for the waitress once! Recommended!
A surprise find whilst roaming Tel Aviv on a Friday night. From the outside it looked questionable, with limited atmosphere/vibe. Once inside it was cosy and welcoming (this was a frigid winter night). The certificate on the wall boasted that this was one of the few restaurants recognized by the Italian government as a true Osteria. I always question those... More
This cafe/restaurant has a really nice covered terrace overlooking the corner of bustling Dizengoff Street and Gordon Street. Had a few glasses of wine here a couple of evenings. Then came back last evening I was in Tel Aviv to eat - excellent chicken livers. The wine is good, the girls serving very friendly and helpful, and the prices reasonable... More
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