Where to begin?
Unique: the 'dia de meurtos' decor (see pic), they sell books on hand, and UMM...only the BEST coffee in Israel?? They buy from an independent coffee place and it is very unique. You can't buy the product there, as they are loyal to their distributer, but they will tell you where to go to buy it. Also unique are the FLAVORS in the food. It's SO palatable. It hits so many fun flavors in your mouth.
Can you tell that I HIGHLY recommend going out of your way to try it out??
Food: Ordered the "Haloumi, bro" (the title is funnier in Hebrew). And it was OUT of this WORLD. Sorry for all the capital-letter-screaming, Im just reliving the flavors as I type this out. This fat, packed taco-style meal had the most exquisite Ceasar salad dressing flavor, fresh lettuce, fried haloumi, fresh fruits...oh man. Just wow.
GREAT waitstaff. So friendly and appropriately interested. So polite (some are foreigners - North America-type service).
They started off very small and have expanded since, and I want to promote business for this lovely place, so it continues to set a golden standard for serving GREAT food, in a Latin-America chic and unique environment while not being the slightest bit pretentious and uppity. And yes, for the love of Gd, go for their coffee. (I tried the Vietnam coffee - condensed milk, double shot espresso- highly recommended).
Oh, and the prices? Totally legit.
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