Although the menu includes other Italian dishes, spaghetti is the thing here—the name weds the Italian term to a Hebrew plural form—with more than 40 sauces using olive oil, tomato, cream, and butter. Look for traditional combinations as well as variations like the carbonara, a tempting mixture of smoked meat, sausage, white wine, butter, nutmeg, ground pepper, and cream. Among the reasonably priced meat and fish options, try the salmon grilled in a brick oven with garlic confit and sun-dried tomatoes. Whole-wheat pasta and tofu substitutes are available, as are simple pastas for kids. The high ceiling and sleek metallic lines are trendy elements; the clientele here is a mix of families and young people.
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