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4 based on 97 reviews
Very fresh and tasty pasta dishes, great service and nice atmosphere. The restaurant is much less noisy than other Italian restaurants in the area and the waiters are very helpful and attentive. I've been several times with my boyfriend and it's currently our favourite end-of-week place for good pasta and a bottle of wine. Prices are very reasonable too.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
4 based on 197 reviews
Telephone number is 00972-9-7688778Good food , poor service
Surprised at the high quality Italian food served here . Really made me feel like the man or woman behind the stove got his cooking skills in Italy and executed it here very nicely .
This restaurant will surely not win a design or beauty contest . Open kitchen is fine but loud . Service is fast and friendly and a small but appreciated detail , menu comes on a tablet . Hebrew and or English .
We had a small pizza , fantastic thin crust and beef carpaccio as starters . Very good quality beef this carpaccio served with a small arugula salad and balsamic dressing , very good .
Main course of very good quality pasta , cooked al dente . I had the olive and garlic sauce with seafood . Exquisite .
It is in my opinion very difficult to find a restaurant in Israel serving you Italian food made as good as in Italy this place does it . Lunch price tag is average high but acceptable because of food quality . I known where I will have my next bowl of pasta . Many other food items available on menu beside pasta and pizza . Ideal place for a Saturday family lunch .
4.5 based on 32 reviews
A lovely nich caffe' with the pefect blend of French pastires , coffee and atmosphere.
Great for starting your day at a leisurely pace, read the papaer next to a strong cup of qunality coffee and Croissant.
It is a hidden gem, since nowadays most coffe shops are chain Franchise, yet this one is unique
4 based on 267 reviews
this restaurant is close to our home. we decided to give it a try. the food is excellent .the prices are reasonable.we ate lazania ,and mafrum kuskuds. the two dishes were great in 58 shekel each.
4 based on 125 reviews
We came to eat lunch at this restaurant, We were lucky since we did not make any Reservations.The food in this restaurant is mainly sea food, however, there are Italian food, as well as burgers.We ordered starters and main dishes. The service was very quick and professional,The dishes were very good and were not small at all. (I hardly managed to finished my dish ...)
4.5 based on 156 reviews
From a 'Kiwi' who travels extensively + loves Asian food ~ this establishment is
In menu options, food Delivery, service + ambience they have nailed it
So wonderful to see such commitment crafted into a GREAT dining experience.
Lunch or dinner
Definitely coming back
4.5 based on 106 reviews
We have enjoyed lunch here on 3 occasions in recent weeks. The atmosphere is pleasant and service is friendly. The Thai green curry is tasty, and with a generous amount of fish. The eggplant shakshuka is delicious and the Moroccan fish stew was excellent although on the milder side of spiciness. Salads are fresh and the accompanying breads are excellent. My only regret is that we were too full to try any of the Deserts. We will definitely be back.
4 based on 52 reviews
In 1997, the original branch of Agadir in Tel Aviv coined the term "Burger-Bar" for the first time on the domestic market. Since then the chain has grown to ten restaurants nationwide. Agadir maintains high quality products, and their meat is particularly choice; Agadir is considered to be the pioneer of the hamburger in Israel. Each branch is designed to blend in with its specific location, but also in the "Agadir" spirit. The staff will always be happy to welcome you personally. Recently (according to ‘Business Insider’) Agadir received the title of "one of the ten best burgers in the world".
I ordered a simple lunch- regular salad and grilled chicken breast. The salad was good, but the chicken breast (!!!) was burnt with a strange ayoli on top.
Service was attentif and smiling. They'll get better.
4 based on 106 reviews
I did not expect to find so many people during the weekdays. I guess the countryside, parking availability and lots of space makes a difference when you want to sit comfortably somewhere. We came for breakfast. My partner and I ordered a full breakfast. There are a few options for breakfast but if you want the whole lot (bread, drinks and some greens) they serve the usual Israeli combination, eggs, cream cheese, hard cheese (2 slices), a mixed salad, one roll, coffee and juice and 5 or 6 tiny round plates with some sort of spreads including butter and jam. I am not sure why it is so disappointing for me to see again and again the same tired spreads, just one sort of a roll (sourdough, not everyone likes sourdough). Some other cafes serve a basket with several options of baked goods. Coffee could be better. Service was very attentive. Price was 55 shekel per breakfast. I am not sure if I will go there again, the unpaved road might puncture my car tires.
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