Eucalyptus is hidden in the ultra romantic, gorgeous Artist neighborhood, not far from the Jaffa gate, hidden behind a magnificent plant covered façade. The dining room is simply but tastefully decorated with a few vintage objects including an old typing machine, and an antique iron. Don’t miss one of the three tasting menus, in order to try one of the Chef’s many signature dishes. The starters are on the modern side with re-interpreted classics such as fish falafel, a delicate combination of chick peas and mullet fish, or the Middle Eastern fish ceviche. However, the main dishes are more rustic such as an original duck confit pastilla, made with phyllo dough, and served with creamed carrots and a touch of tehina, or the deliciously delicate sweet and savory figs stuffed with chicken, with a slightly acidulated wine sauce, which perfectly balances the whole dish. There are also more traditional comfort dishes such as makloubah, siniya, or lamb’s neck, cooked as you expect them to be : long-simmered, spicy, and fragrant . The Chef is extremely knowledgeable about herbs and spices, which he skillfully combines in clever blends judiciously sprinkled on his creations. We really love the back and forth between modernity and tradition, resulting in a generous, flavorful gourmet experience served in a joyful atmosphere.