I had high expectations as this was billed as the best seafood restaurant in Israel. I guess I'm a spoiled New Yorker. It was second rate at best and expensive to boot. The Siren during dinner wasn't an issue as we'd gotten used to the routine. A 10 minute interlude and then back to dinner. We had 4 appetizers and that was enough. 3 were just OK and 1 spectacular. 25% isn't a great batting average. Still no Turkish Coffee, maybe the best thing in the Middle East.
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