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Herbert Samuel

Author: Mārtiņš Rītiņš0 COMMENTS

Herbert Samuel

Herbert Samuel is currently one of the most popular restaurants in Tel Aviv. Overlooking the promenade and the sea, it treats its guests not only to a delightful meal but to an equally delightful Mediterranean Sea view as well. If it seems that a nearby gas-station somewhat spoils the view, there is always a chance to savor your meal up on the second or the third floor of the restaurant. The second floor features a large, modern open-plan kitchen, allowing to watch its personnel in action. Another attraction is an impressive bar with horizontally placed wine bottles reaching up to the very ceiling. It offers a wide range of very good domestic wines that make your eyes linger a little longer there seeking for labels which you would like to try!
The place is always packed with lively and diverse public, all of them brought there by one purpose - to enjoy a really good food. At Herbert Samuel, it's served in small portions, like tapas. We were a company of 4 and managed to try 14 different dishes, each taking a bit from plates placed in the middle of the table. Meat, seafood and different vegetables - very simple fare yet everything fresh, delicious and supplemented by numerous combinations of seasonal vegetables. Israeli fennel salad with goat cheese, creamy goat cheese with fresh greens and kohlrabies and, of course, irreplaceable Israeli tomatoes! A very good choice is also shrimp and squid salad with pasta. Yet a real gastronomic surprise presents shashlik marinated in grape skins and seeds - winemaking leftovers! Such a marinade gives a pleasant, sweetish taste, which is not too sweet, and a great aroma.

6th Koifman st. Bet Gibor Tel Aviv


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