OCD is halfway between Yaffo and Tel-Aviv, in the Noga neighborhood which marks the border between Neve Tsedek and Shuk Hapishpishim. We are welcomed very professionally while the setting is very low-key and designed to draw attention to the kitchen overlooking the bar. The talented Raz Rahav accompanies us for two and a half hours of a gastronomic journey with some fifteen courses that will all surprise you, inform you, because everything is described in detail, and above all, delight you. Our experience included macaron made from carrot powder which crunches then melts in your mouth, a tart the crust of which is made of peas, stuffed with peas, smoked wheat and lemon which crunches and explodes in your mouth, a filet of raw amberjack, firm and delicate, with white strawberries, fresh almonds and a delicious tomato water, roasted duck with a tart, very pleasant clementine glaze…The combinations are unexpected while the preparations are original, the dishes are very attractive and finished, and the quality is consistently excellent. Raz Rahav is driven by his unceasing curiosity and desire to invent new culinary delicacies. Raz Rahav stays the course.