Daniel, the concierge at the Dan Panorama in Tel Aviv, recommended this restaurant. We walked from our hotel, The Dan Panorama Jerusalem, past the old train station and around the corner and down the driveway to find this hiding at the end of a warehouse building. The alleyway is decorated with old stoves acting as planters and the restaurant front is glass panes. We were seated up a few stairs in a rear corner so we did not find it too loud at all and the place was filled. Adam was our waiter and he was very attentive. The food was delicious: beautifully cooked salmon steak, pasta, and chicken served on a plank. Everyone enjoyed their meal. We are really loving the Israeli wines that we have found in all of the restaurants we have visited.
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