In downtown Tel-Aviv, on the popular boulevard Dizengoff, nestled between bars and crowded restaurants, Pankina manages to create a pleasant atmosphere on its terrace, which is isolated from the street by a hedge of small bushes. The menu features classic Italian cuisine such as burrata, Caprese salad, gnocchi, but also more daring recipes such as the Kosher version of Carbonara di mare with fish. The pasta putanesca is a lovely portion of al dente spaghetti in a slightly spicy sauce with small cubes of red tuna, cherry tomatoes and kalamata olives. This is an interesting dish that is perfectly seasoned and cooked with a great contrast of textures thanks to the pistachio powder. The fish carpaccio is simply presented with only a few leaves of arugula. The panzanella is very large with lots of mozzarella. We like the mains, whether simply cooked fish or the always perfectly prepared classical pasta dishes. A little more audacity in the starters would be nice.