Last updated March 13th 2016
This restaurant is designed to look and feel like a kibbutz dining hall. Long communal wooden tables stretch across the main room, laid with paper table mats, pitchers of water, and cutlery served in tins. Chef Omer Miller continues the kibbutz theme by serving interpretations of typical Israeli dishes such as chopped liver, kube, and kebab. The starters are small and great for sharing! Its location next to the Tel Aviv Museum, Cameri Theatre, and Opera makes it perfect for a bite to eat before or after your visit. Overall, this is a unique experience and definitely a good spot to bring someone who’s visiting Israel.
Location and details:
Shaul HaMelech Blvd 23
+972 3 696 61 8
Sunday-Thursday: 12:00-16:00 (business lunch), 16:00-00:00
Friday: 10:00-12:00 (breakfast), 12:00-00:00
Price range: 100-180 NIS