arrived not knowing what to expect waiter was excellent and was very welcoming. included in the meal was a selction of bread and dips and salads. had the large fish plater to share snd it was great. loads of excellent food.
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We arrived in Israel on a Friday afternoon and were afraid we wouldn't find anything open. This restaurant was two blocks away and really perfect for us. It was a bit hectic, but the food was good and the location is gorgeous.
We were there on a Sunday night... not all tables full... some in our party wanted full dinner, a couple just wanted to eat "lite" as in salad only. The waitress said she could not accommodate just a salad with beverage even though such items...More
My wife and I went to the White Pergola for a Saturday's evening dinner. We chose to sit by the Water Front, very nice location. As usual in this type of restaurant, the Salads, Dips,pittas , and drinks arrived at our table before ordering the...More
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We just had the most delicious fantastic dinner at the Port of Tel Aviv. The food was fresh, extremely large portions. I had the entrecôte cooked rare of course. They serve you a whole bunch of salads like babaganoush, tuna, mixed greens, olives, before as...More
I am not a lover of fish, but in Israel, fish is a must, and at The White Pagoda at the Tel Aviv port, the fish was superlative. Had the sea bass (Mediterranean ) and fileted so there no bones...not even little ones. Others selected...More
Tourists. We're not expected to go back. I won't. Waitress constantly upselling everything. Super mediocre food. Very expensive. Good location, which is why I suppose is the only reason it survives. My suggestion would be anyplace else in the Port.
We ate at the White Pergola in Tel Aviv Marina, the food was unfortunately not up to the billing. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly and to some extent this made up of the lack of enterprise with the food. The are a plethora...More
We started with appetizers (humus, salads, oregano pitta bread and many more). Then we had grilled fish. And Israeli wine of course. I would rather eat less appetizers, even though they tasted great, and enjoy all my main dish which was really uniquely and deliciously...More