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Sunny from Tel Aviv, Israel...
In Tel Aviv, I'd like to recommend one of my favorite restaurants, Messa - Chef Restaurant. They have a wonderful business lunch of three courses and has the most delicious, creatively cooked food I've tasted in years. Messa-Chef is large with a quiet and tasteful ambiance. Singles are very welcome and can be seated with other singles -- very customer friendly. I loved the salmon and my girlfriends had meat and it too was delicious. They have the most delicious cocktails and oh my goodness the desserts! Selections from the menu include: (1) Seafood gnocchi in a fine turmeric butter (2) Seared Salmon served with Pepper and Fig Relish and a light Sweet Potato Puree (3) white chocolate dessert, with cherry sabayon and raspberry fundue. Address: 19 Ha'arba'a St. Tel: 03-6856859. Website: http://www.messa.co.il/messa.html (Hebrew with English menu).

 

Norma in Jerusalem, Israel...
For the second time, I've been to Velka, a relatively new cafe-restaurant in the lovely Rehavia section of Jerusalem and for the second time, was impressed by the food and the atmosphere. While there are other dairy cafes (no meat served) in Jerusalem, Velka stands out for the inventiveness, quality and presentation of its food and its old-fashioned cafe atmosphere. On my first visit I had an exquisite eggplant parmesan which was not smothered in sauce. Last time there, I shared breakfast with a friend and portions were so generous that there was food left over. The restaurant specializes in home-baked cookies and cakes, but most important from my point of view, the cappuccino is excellent. I hope this tip helps other women visiting my city.

 

 

 

 

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