It had been a while since I sat at the bar of Moon and watched those plates travel round on the conveyor belt. They were always good and, for Tel Aviv, relatively cheap for a sushi restaurant.
But on this occasion, they looked a little tired - it was 1130pm and they looked they had had, like us, a long night (White Nights). So the menu it was - and some great choices from the classic Japanese food meant we had an excellent, not too heavy, late night dinner. And, sitting at the bar, talking to the friendly barman, meant a couple of shots came our way.
Favorite Dish: Red tuna!
Moon is a lovely Simple, unpretentious Japanese sushi bar. You have the choice at sitting at the bar, watching the plates of sushi pass you by on the conveyor belt,
colour-coded plates according to price, or you can sit at the high-tables, with waiter service. Alternatively, you could try the small side-room, again waiter serviced and while much more private, isn't as interesting as the main restaurant (its also more brightly lit than the discrete main room). The food is good, the price even better as this is one of the cheapest sushi bars in town.
Favorite Dish: Sashimi and Sushi salad