After creating a dazzling array of restaurants in Israel, Europe, Australia, and the United States, the legendary Eyal Shani has opened his first Kosher restaurant located within the walls of Lilith. Once again, the chef is fostering the reintegration of young people facing difficult circumstances who make up the service staff. The menu offers a surprising Kosher choice of his classics. The bread served in craft paper, the very simply presented dishes, the unique, joyful vibe, and the friendly informal service are all the earmark of the Shani style. The beet carpaccio is a classic version of a popular starter in Tel-Aviv. The Hot H’raime or fish in sauce is refreshing and very spicy. Another of the chef’s classic dishes, the minute steak, is made with excellent quality meat, lots of tomato and a tasty tehina sauce. If you have already tried Miznon or Salon, you will know what to expect. And for dessert, the beloved paper cone filled with a generous portion of creamy, smooth chocolate mousse. For lunch it is an excellent, reasonably priced meal that will delight anyone eager to discover the maestro’s cuisine.