If you are looking for a picturesque place with a unique feel, make your way down the steps of the marvelous Yemin Moshe neighborhood, and make sure to stop in at TOURO, which feels something like a very spacious, comfortable mountain chalet, and where you’ll be warmly greeted. The Chef describes his cuisine as Mediterranean style but as is often the case, it includes a joyful blend of inspirations from here and afar: chopped liver, typical of Ashkenaz cooking, an Asian salad, or preserved duck, with an eye on Southwest France. The Mediterranean sun is concentrated in a few starters and especially the accompaniments and fish dishes. The servings are generous, the flavors are distinctive, the meat is excellent quality, and the vegetables are very skillfully handled. We leave Touro feeling satisfied and soothed by the rustic atmosphere. A wonderful oasis of serenity with a splendid panorama, made even more enjoyable by the attentive, friendly staff.