Yapan, located in the heart of the ultra chic Nahmani neighborhood, has a sleek look and trendy, New York club feel in the evenings. Following his successful place in Taizu, the Chef decided to create a Japanese street food restaurant in Tel Aviv. Certain menu options are in the spirit of Izakaya cuisine, or small tapas dishes to be shared and accompanied by the many spirits on the menu. The menu also includes a new take on bistro dishes such as the popular hamburger, or the grilled salmon served with ponzu to counterbalance the classic green beans. There are also a few no less delicious non-Japanese offerings such as crème brûlée cheese cake, a tasty two in one dessert. More than a classic Japanese tapas bar and a bit far from street food, nevertheless a clear source of inspiration, Yapan exceeds the Chef’s ambition.