Catit Restaurant, known as one of the high-end restaurants in Israel, and there are just a few. Chef Meir Adoni bringing to his restaurant what seemed to be the only touches of haute cuisine known in this country. At the same week we dined in Mizlala, Catit’s “younger sister”, we also visited Catit. It was a short visit late at night but we are sure to come back.
For more pictures of wine, see the new Wine Gallery.
The style of the Catit’s kitchen is modern cuisine with a lot of French and Mediteranian influences using high quality ingredients. The dishes are beautiful, complex, delicious but also mind triggering. Indeed it’s expensive but the thought and effort put in each dish are noticeable and admirable. Not that much more expensive comparing to an average restaurant, yet it’s obvious you get your value for the money here. Especially in the fixed lunch menu, which I have to try, and the lovely balcony when it’s nice outside. I wish there could be more places like this in Israel. If you’re wondering where are the desserts – next time we’ll definitely have some of Adoni’s famous desserts.
4 Heihal HaTalmud, Tel-Aviv