Ca phe Hanoi is the twin of a very hip Parisian restaurant. From the spectacular red entrance door to the fun one-way mirrors in the restrooms, the ambiance is distinctively Asian. The atmosphere is joyous with waiters rushing about in flowered aprons and the star barmen expertly concocting delicious cocktails. The sashimi fish, nearly a ritual dish in Israel, is quite successful, with its black quinoa and yuzu aioli. The steamed fish in Banana Leaf is very original and both tasty and attractive. The dessert comes to us straight from China: Long Baysoup, with aromas of jasmine, green tea and ginger, is very fresh, light and excellent. We’re won over by the young ambiance, the omnipresent music and beautiful people everywhere. The concept, a hit in Paris, seems to work in Tel-Aviv as well. We would have appreciated a little more attentive service, even if it seems to be part of the experience, and the wine list was a bit short.