Shakuf is relatively new to the Israeli dining scene and has opened up a whole new world of dining due to the unusual combination of ingredients, surprising presentation, open-kitchen set-out and European touch. The chef Eldad Shem Tov apprenticed at some top-notch restaurants in Europe, including Nomi in Denmark, considered to be one of the best restaurants in the world. Shem Tov was taken by the European approach to dining and created his place from scratch, aiming to appeal to the diner’s mind as well as palate.
Organic local produce is used as well as organic meat and chicken to create fantastic creations that combine surprising flavors that have a true wow-factor. Mediterranean dishes are served with novel twists as well as unusual combinations of meat, fish and vegetables. Diners sit at a bar facing the open kitchen or can choose to sit at tables away from the bar. The restaurant is made to sit forty so it’s worth reserving in advance.
Photography by Itai Aviran
address: 2 Magen Avraham Street
Open Hours: Mon-Sat 18:30-00:00
Categories : Restaurants
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