This establishment is listed as a restaurant. It is NOT! They do not profess to be a restaurant and they tell you that when you enter. They are a bar with very good bar food. The menu is limited but quite good. The foods are derived from Moroccan recipes. Once you order from the menu they bring you a tray consisting of Panera bread, Bandera Ash (spicy tomato salad), Hudra Tahini, and Za’aluck which is baked eggplant and red pepper. All of it was quite tasty. As a lover of beets I ordered Salk Salk. This is beet root cubes (the meat of the beet) with feta cheese, coriander, cumin and fresh mint. At 27 NIS it was very good. My wife ordered Spinach Knaffle. Unfortunately it didn’t have enough spinach in the light Moroccan pastry accompanied with feta cheese as part of the filling (36 NIS). The waitress brought a bowl of the house specialty, Shuflor, cauliflower with mint yoghurt and arugula (27 NIS however it was a gift from the waitress). I loved it! The house red wine was delicious. This was a very nice vegetarian light dinner.
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