Brut is located on the charming, busy street Nahalat Binyamin, right near boulevard Rothschild. The wine menu is impressive including a few very rare wines and small unknown local vineyards along with some very great wines. The menu is perpetually renewed with many daily specials inspired from local market products. The tuna tartar is interesting: it is served on a bed of charred cabbage which goes astonishingly well with the very fresh fish, sprinkled with black sesame for a delicate hazelnut flavor. The barracuda à la plancha is perfectly cooked: the fish is firm, pearly, tasty and enhanced by a bed of braised red onions which, in addition to their strong flavor, provide a sweet, tangy note. The Turkish Layley, a dessert with oriental flavors, is a semolina cake with pistachios, dried figs, and creamy, very fresh mascarpone for a more western texture. The dishes are attractively presented without being overdone; no aesthetics for the sake of looks. Here the goal is to make the dish appetizing, and they definitely succeed in doing just that.