The antree. various salads were simple and I had the feeling that all had the same taste.the fish was o.k fried dry. french fries were good. coffee was less tasty.stuff were polite.
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The restaurant is located in southern Jaffa, with a partially unblocked view of the sea. A mosque is on the rear side of the restaurant, and an old Muslim graveyard and the Peres Center for Peace are on the front side. The connoisseurs of the...More
We came 10 people for a Saturday lunch. They serve the regular assortment of tiny salads, freshly baked Lafa pitas. The food is fresh, but nothing special or outstanding.
We've been visiting this restaurant for several years now and I have to say it's not getting better. It used to be more fun and the quality was good, but in the past couple of years the service, the quality of food and the place...More
Those salads! This place was outstanding in every way. Especially loved the hummus there, and the tender kebab that was perfectly cooked and not greasy. Yummmmmmmmm.
This is a very popular place with many tables and waiters. They serve the regular assortment of tiny salats, freshly baked Lafa pitas and falafel. They have 3 types of set menue with 4 types of fish each. The food is fresh but nothing special...More
As soon as you walk in, you can smell the bread cooking and it's wonderful. Then bread was wafer thin except at the edges, where it was more like the consistency of pizza crust. The grilled fish was the best I had in Israel. We...More
The starters, about 10-12 kinds of salads, some typical to the region some bearing European Jewish influence are generally good. The meat and fish dishes quality depends on the man that prepare then on the day of your visit.