The restaurant serves a variety of fish (grilled or fried) and lays out a number of small dishes of vegetables and dips with bread to eat before and during the main course. Everything tasted good and it was nice to try the different mall dishes.
The service was great and the waitresses took the time to describe the different fish to us in English since everything was written in Hebrew.
It was warm enough to eat ouside with the radiant gas heater when we visited so we enjoyed the atmoshphere and had a few beers after dinner.
There is a gamut of quick service fish restaurants in Tel Aviv. You arrive, they serve the salads, you chose the fish, you eat, you go. Before you are out of the door, your table is probably already occupied. This is proabably the best of the lot - it certainly is the most popular. To the extent they have iopened a second one up across the road - part of this, however, is more of a bar - high stools and tables, wood surrounds.
Favorite Dish: Fish