As i see it you have to sit on the bar. Than you can see how they make this tasty food and it become even more tasty. The place is full of creativity and passion like its shef eyal shani. Feel alive!!!
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If you are in the mood for some good food and great people watching, this is your place. Crowded, noisy and fun! Have the Jericho beans
I went here for a drink on White Night. Lovely patio and friendly waiters. I have been recommended to go back and try the food, apparently they have a fantastic chef!
We took a day off to walk around Tel-Aviv and decided in advance to have lunch at Port Said, because last time we were around that part of town it was Friday night and the restaurant was closed. We sat on the bar and ordered...More
For a relaxed lunch in a place that offers a nice get-away from the noisy streets of T.a but still in the center, nights there are crowded, young and energetic. Menu comprises of enough dishes to suit every taste and budget and the service is...More
Last year I visited Abraxas North and this time it was the turn of another of Eyal Shani's restaurants. In truth, there are plenty of similarities between the two but Port Said is a far more laid back experience. You can't book so you have...More
we stumbled across this street café which was really busy so we were luck to get a seat. Like many places in Israel, the servers are friendly to start with but get progressively more disinterested as the meal progresses. That said our girl was very...More
Really good food- the place is cramped but the staff is very friendly. I really liked the minute steak and ordered all the vegetarian dishes on the menu which were spectacular. It is affordable for a nice dinner out.
We stayed approx. 4 days in Tel Aviv and we went to Port Said 3 times in total. It's a great mix of hip bar, amazing mezze and laid-back atmosphere. Food (lima beans were our favorite) comes on plates to share, bread in paper bags...More