Located along one of the big boulevards of Tel Aviv, Shila welcomes customers on the sidewalk but the place is very well organized and friendly. We like the excellent selection of French wines and the delicious cocktails. Here, offerings range from extreme simplicity such as the oysters from Oleron, a marvelous surprise that we savor with a bit of lemon and a glass of Chablis, to harmonious, attractively presented dishes such as the tastily seasoned, lovely to look at cristal shrimp carpaccio, and finally spectacular dishes such as the lobster, served with Saint-Jacques, shrimps, crab meat, and gnocchi. It is excellent but quite a lot to eat. After this gargantuan dish, we still very much enjoy the dessert: a truly delicious fig tart with coconut ice cream. Its subtle flavor is enhanced by an infusion of mint-citronella and ginger. The products are magnificent and irreproachably fresh. The chef excels in highlighting ingredients without overdressing or multiplying them. When you have high quality, it is best not to overdo it, as demonstrated by the simple, but highly effective dessert.