There’s a bit of everything and in every style in this artfully staged decorative jumble including paintings, photographs, masks, unmatched vintage furniture, and all types of lamps and chandeliers. The vibe is friendly and festive and as is often the case in Tel-Aviv, the music goes full blast from ten onwards. The menu is strictly vegan with some really surprising, excellent dishes such as the very spicy tofu vegan shawarma. The dumplings with their studied aesthetic are created to conquer and the result is very positive: the texture of the dough is excellent, perfectly cooked and just the right temperature with a complex four mushroom stuffing. There are a few less subtly flavored but generously spicy comfort dishes such as the rice pilaf. And it’s very hard to believe that the ultra-creamy, moist and delicate malabi with its rose sauce, and middle-eastern flavor is made without butter or milk! The cuisine, like the charming décor, overflows with ideas and results in some very good dishes. We would appreciate slightly more attentive service.