Excellent for so many years and like a good wine just gets better. A taste of Granny’s kitchen for those who miss the Central European Jewish food!
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This restaurant has been around for years - too many years, apparently. The menu is big and that's a bad sign. Now restaurant of this size can handle all that choice properly. We came for the food and that was the biggest disappointment of all....More
The food was mediocre and overpriced and the portions were very small. When one of the ordered items didn't arrive, the server first argued and then brought it. When a second order didn't arrive, she again argued. When the bill came, it included the item...More
We were a group of 7. The chicken and kreplach soup were good. The matzo balls and gefilte fish were disappointing. The kishke is not authentic, it’s served without skin and it’s just the filling. The cabbage rolls left a lot to be desired. The...More
We were in Keton where we hadn’t been for a long time. We hadn’t been here for a long time. The whole restaurant underwent a thorough renovation. Now they do a lot of deliveries, which seems to have led to an improvement in the quality...More
Can you call home-made Jewish cooking "cuisine"? small intimate restaurant on busy Diesengof Street in Tel Aviv.. established in 1945 !!! For those who have never had a taste of "Jewish" cooking - which could mean Russian, Polish, Hungarian and includes Kreplach, calf's foot jelly,...More
I thought the food was great and not expensive at all for Tel-Aviv. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly and the servers speak English. The menu reminds me of the food I ate at my grandparents-Jewish soul food. I had the kreplach soup which was...More
Sholent, kreplack, cabbage with tomato sauce and minced meat. Yummy! If you like old style wholesome food aspiring to be homemade, this is the place.
It's not easy to find a good restaurant serving typical dishes of Jews from Russia, Poland, etc in Tel Aviv; this is an exception. All the classical dishes are there, you can easily share (I suggest going there with colleagues/family for that reason), all cooked...More