Quattro is one of Tel Aviv’s trendy restaurants with a slightly austere, New York feel, subtle lighting, and ambient noise that’s a bit too loud. Here traditional Italian dishes are locally inspired, like smoked eggplant and the attractively served and very tasty Torroso fish, which gets our vote wholeheartedly. The dessert is visually impeccable with a multitude of carefully combined elements, lots of flavors and textures. This is a new take on Italian cuisine, with a deliberate effort to distance itself from the Italian classics. Very promising cuisine, a smiling helpful waitress, but the kitchen is a bit slow.