This place has a very pleasant white terrace off boulevard Rothschild, and it is a soothing place to get away from the hustle and bustle of Tel-Aviv. The dining room gets busier as the evening goes on, with a dynamic bartender busy making cocktails. Here there are two vibes but the service is always efficient, discreet and attentive. The menu covers the Mediterranean basin region with dishes like Pan Con Tomate from Spain, duck confit from France, pasta and gnocchi from Italy, or Tzatziki from Greece to Middle Eastern charred eggplant with tehina. If you are lucky enough to see it on the menu, try the Fish Shawarma, the seafood version of a very classic Middle Eastern street food: you can’t help but salivate at the sight of the magnificent platter that allows you to make your own tasty mouthfuls: tear off a piece of hot laffa, cover it with a few bits of parsley, sautéed spicy onions, cubes of grilled still tender fish, and then cover it in three sauces, roll your bread around this pile of delicacies and happily taste it. For dessert, if you love chocolate, don’t miss Coco Art, a very good, not especially refined looking hold-all dish with subtly flavored creamy hazelnut ice cream, mousse, sable, and a delicious chocolate flavor. This dessert has a wonderful range of contrasting textures and temperatures.