Although Annai Restaurant has a limited menu, the food is very good. This is not the typical good, substantial well-prepared Middle Eastern fare found at mid-priced restaurants in Israel and in neighboring countries. The Annai serves dishes which have a European gourmet flair. The cook definitely has had culinary training. We ordered the pasta with mushrooms and chicken in cream sauce. Both sauces were rich and tasty with fresh herbs. The pasta "pappardelle" tasted more Roman than Middle Eastern. The chicken was cooked perfectly. Servings were large and service was good too. We went back after the meal and complimented the chef. He was delighted, but proud. He knows his food is good.
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