They cook on a Nafta (we called it Neft) cooking stove we used in Israel when I grew up....it is called PTI-LI-YA. The seating is a bit tight; however, it is worth the experience. The menu includes some regular Israeli stuff, as well as ethnic dishes that people remember from their grandmothers. I chose lamp balls in a nice sauce, and an eggplant dish. Great choices! This is a kosher restaurant; the meat is always well cooked, yet tender. I did not get a very good shot of the dish I chose but submit it anyway. It is a restaurant for the whole family, in the summer they also have outdoor seating. The service is friendly, efficient and the food comes surprisingly fast, considering the restaurant was full to the hilt.
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