Walked past this hidden gem and decided to give it a try. We were lucky to get a reservation! Its a small restaurant, only 8 tables. We had the homemade buratta, and the bread with 3 accoutrements. All delicious and beautifully presented. The mullet fish provencale over rattouille was fresh and yummy. The fetuccini carbonara, different from what we're used to in NY, different this time was way better! The 1/2 egg in a shell in the middle of it was great! Next time we're in Tel Aviv, we'll be back!
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