Traditional ingredients with nouvelle touches - an unbeatable combination!
A mix of styles and flavours.
It's often said that Tel Aviv is the flip side of Jerusalem; Israel's capital is the keeper of tradition and religion, while newer, more modern Tel Aviv grew up in a very different context. This city is a more modern metropolis which tends to look more toward the future than the past. Perhaps that's why you're more likely to find spots here like El Catit, blending tradition in regional recipes, spices, and ingredients with haute culinary innovation. Yes, you can find traditional kosher cuisine here, but orthodox - not so much. You'll find dishes decorated in impossible ways with delicious recipes. A highly recommendable experience, at 57 Nahlat Binyamin Street.
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