First and foremost, Nono offers hospitality and service that are genuinely exceptional in the Israeli restaurant landscape. The moment you enter, you feel the warmth and family atmosphere, and throughout the meal you will be in the hands of professional, devoted and smiling staff. Before you even have time to raise your hand, one of the waiters will come over and answer all your needs and requests. The restaurant’s pleasant design coupled with its size allows customers to celebrate big events, and the adjacent free parking lot is definitely a big plus. And since we’re talking about an Italian kitchen, at the center you will find two big stone ovens. The enticing smells of pizza rising from them will get your taste buds working. And feel free to take a peek at the skilled staff working vigorously in the open kitchen. The restaurant works with two wineries, one local and one in France. The wines are light, good, and accessibly priced. Kick off your meal with a fresh fish or vegetable dish like asparagus in spicy tomato sauce, Kalamata olives, feta and Parmesan, but make sure you leave enough room for the highlight – pizza and pasta dishes. Portions are generous so we recommend sharing. One of our favorite pizzas is the spicy pepperoni – thin and crispy with tomato sauce, mozzarella, Parmesan, veal pepperoni, chorizo sausage, garlic confit, spicy pepper and oregano. From the pasta section, go for the pappardelle with veal ragù. If you can’t finish everything, you can take the left overs home. Wrap up the meal nicely with the classic tiramisu, the right balance between subtle sweetness and coffee flavor.