I was tempted to go for a fixed-priced meal with a coupon on Rokach 73. I remembered this restaurant as one of the best for seafood in Israel. We went for it. Made us think about these fixed-priced deals and how it’s affecting the total experience. I’m still not sure, what do you think?
This is what we had:
The glass of wine was okay, nothing to write home about. The ambiance was romantic and dark. I think summer is nicer to visit as their balcony has more character than the dinning room, which is a bit old and cold in atmosphere. The service was professional.
No doubt the price was a good deal for the amount of food we got. Nonetheless, we left with a tad sense of despair. I call it the 50/50 phenomenon, when half of the dishes were good and half not so much. Leaving you confused, wondering if you could have chose better. Or is it the coupon affect?
I heard that the Chef Eyal Lavi opened another restaurant, easy-going-lighter version of Rokach. Could be a good idea if he keeps his bisque.
73 Rokach Boulevard, Tel Aviv