The seafood here is flown in fresh from abroad—Nova Scotia lobsters, red snapper from New Zealand, turbot from the North Sea, and clams from Brittany. Also arriving by air are purple-hued rice from China and wild berries from Provence. The owners have selected an extensive list of fine wines from Israel and around the world that complement dishes whose complex seasonings and lovely presentation put Mul Yam in a class of its own. Watch a slice of life at the trendy Tel
Aviv Port through a glass wall. Summer lunches let you sample some of the gastronomic delights at lower prices. Indulge in the desserts.
Hangar 24, Tel Aviv, 63501, Israel
Mar 8, 2007
Picture yourself in an upscale Paris bistro except that you are watching the sun set over the Med. Everything was done right for our meal. The food was prepared with care and precision. The service was attentive yet not intrusive. The desserts were incredible. It would be nice if the wine list had a few more modestly priced wines.