Dalia is an old lady who is already in her eighties which doesn't stop her to lead her restaurant and welcome everybody individually. Since there seems to be just her and another old lady an order a la carte doesn't exist but a fixed menu. At this evening we had a lentil soup,cauliflower, peanut and almond patties, filled paprika, spinach patties, filled pastries and dates and different salads. For dessert we had apple pie and some pralines. Drinks were also included in the 110 Shekel menu. Everything was so delicious but still we couldn't finish because it was too much.
The atmosphere was like at my grandmother's house. Every table had another cloth and lots of antique stuff was hanging around. In my mothers opinion it was a little bit dusty but in my it was charming.
The dishes were a little bit local but sometimes they also reminded of my grandmother's kitchen. Maybe because her parents were polish some of the meals had an european touch.
All in all I was quite content and even my father liked the food although it was Completely vegetarian.
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