In a slightly run-down building in a street that is deserted in the evening, Beit Romano has managed to create a hub with a young, relaxed vibe and a deliberately “shabby chic” style. The menu includes a selection of sharing dishes which whenever possible are served on paper. Choices include the not to be missed invention of Chef Eyal Shani, the legendary roasted cauliflower, which looks easy to make but which requires real skill to achieve perfection, pasta with black pepper that does not aggress your palate, an ambitious shawarma fish and to finish a chocolate mousse served on gold cardboard. Beit Romano is a unique, informal place and an original way to get to know the Chef’s cuisine. It is a first stop in one of his many restaurants.