Reviews on Seafood food in Bat Yam, Tel Aviv District, Israel. Bat Yam (Hebrew: בַּת יָם (audio) (help·info), Arabic: بات يام) is a city located on Israel's Mediterranean Sea coast, on the central coastal strip, just south of Tel Aviv. Part of the Gush Dan metropolitan area in Tel Aviv District, the city had a population of 128,904 in 2016.
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4 based on 230 reviews
We ate here midweek the restaurant was basically empty nevertheless the service was painfully slow and a surly particularly our waitress who was obviously irritated by one of our party changing their order the drinks waiter was equally unpleasant and sour faced we waited about 25 minutes for each course , which is reasonable in a busy restaurant but this place was empty , the manager and greeter were helpful and welcoming but the wait staff were awful we waited an age for our coffee and in the end just paid the bill instead , we used to go here a lot several years ago and it was much better ,we will not be going back again
4 based on 98 reviews
We walked in the arrea, looking for a place to eat somthing. The place looked attractive, so we entered, we found a place even though we did not have a reservation. The service was somewhat slow, it took sometime until someone approached us. We ordered three dishes, to share. The two first dishes arrived in reasonable time. We waited, but not too long. For the main course we had to wait, a lot, this was quite annoying.Anyhow, the food was very good and nicely served.The prices seemed to be a bit expensive compared with what we got - relatively small portions.All in all, a very nice experience, but we are not sure whether we will return
4 based on 507 reviews
After an evening tour of Jaffa, we dined at Kalamata and watched a beautiful sunset over the Mediterranean. Food was very good. Gyro, lamb kabob, salads all great. Gin drink was unique and excellent. Service was fine and the ambiance ok (small space that isnât well ventilated).
4 based on 3518 reviews
Booked 3 months ago in great anticipation- TLC and food did not disappoint Offered choice seating inside or out. Our server Alon bent over backwards to care for us. Outstanding!! Wonderful Mezes - but donât fill up as the main courses were generous as they were refined. Dessert superb Recommend highly
4 based on 67 reviews
Until we discovered Abdu we had been generally disappointed with restaurants in Tel Aviv, suffering overpriced tourist food with poor service. So glad I checked TripAdvisor and we found this place! Attentive, friendly and competent staff, delicious salads and seafood and huge portions. So enjoyed our garlic butter prawns, calamari - the best I've had in years! - and small fried fish that we went back the following night and shared a delicious large fish. Simple pricing - 98 shekels each when we were there for all you can eat home-made salads, followed by a platter of seafood then coffee with baclava. Best value meal we've had in Tel Aviv by far and so much better than the trendy places down by the flea market.
4 based on 147 reviews
TAYO - A very good fish restaurant- If you like sea food this is the place to go for the food was extraordinary, with a large selection The price was resemble, the service was slow. The only problem is that you should take an Israelite with you to show yo
We visited Tayo in the past and we remembered better experience. We tried brunch this time, which we seldom do, but we were meeting friends. Breakfast menu was still available at 11AM, and we went for 'Bulgarian shakshouka'. It proved to be a poor choice - a very mediocre shakshouka, obviously made form pasta sauce from the can and not from fresh chopped tomatoes with generous Greek cheese added. Maybe we should have tried something else, the breakfast choice is generous, but this dish was a failure. Service was quite nice, a little slow, but we were happy not to be rushed. Nice location by the sea.
4 based on 3896 reviews
Ernest Hemingway's 1952 novel The Old Man and the Sea depicts the world of a poor Cuban fisherman who fights the wild sea. These elements of sea, fish and noble nature have also inspired the establishment of the well-known restaurant on Jaffa's Kedem Stre
I think this restaurant has been resting on its laurels too long. Salads were a bit sad, mains nothing special and service ...to be polite...sucked they need go pull their socks up. Freshen up the salads and the waiters
4 based on 199 reviews
We enjoyed a dinner at Pepe last night. We sat on the bar. The place was packed with families and pretty noisy. The service was quick and helpful. We enjoyed the bread and tapas we were served. The best were the tsizikii and the okra. Our fish and sea fish were both good. Wine as well. Dessert was a surprisingly tasty cheese cake in a glass. All in all- recommended!
4 based on 119 reviews
Out of 10 times i visit this city, around 6-7 is specially to visit this place. Here are just a few reasons:LOCATION: Perfectly located 15 meters from the water, the place offers tremendous view of the sunset. You can also chill inside with your laptop, while your girl is getting her sun bath.FOOD: It is tasty beyond any words. More than that, the place adds new meals or changes existing ones every season. It is truly a restaurant with dignity and approach. Loved their carpaccio, mixed seafood were amazing too.DRINKS: a classical vast choice of drinks and cocktails with a few interesting twists.SERVICE: outstanding. If you've been to Israel - you know that proper service in this country is a prerogative of overpriced premium venues. So this one was a surprise. Very friendly and warm service in a reasonably priced place. Respect!CLEAN: In spite of the beach, sand, wind - the place is still very clean! Another surprise! ATMOSPHERE: a separate thanks for the music that is always great and appropriate for the place, weather or time of the day!Generally - this is my favorite place to eat in Bat Yam. HIGHLY recommended!
4 based on 382 reviews
I have never been to this restaurant before but my son recently moved to Rishon from Tel Aviv so we set him the challenge of finding us a local restaurant that could match some of the amazing places in Tel Aviv that he took us to.He did not disappoint us as it is one of the best fish meals I have ever eaten anywhere.This place has been around for a long time and having now eaten there I can see the reason for itâs longevity.There is a great selection of fish cooked in different ways on the regular menu and they also had a number of specials.The starters we had were all excellent. We had fish kebabs and a mushroom carpaccio both of which were warm and big portions.For main course I had sea bream fillets on a mushroom risotto and my wife had sea bass which was cooked with vegetables and a slightly spicy sauce, it was one of the specials. We shared the dishes and both were delicious. Beautifully cooked fish, the mushroom risotto with mine was great as were the vegetables and sauce with the special.We were quite full but decided to try a couple of desserts. The summer berry knafeh and the warm chocolate brownie with salted caramel ice cream were both worth the calories.We also had a bottle of Israeli white wine with out meal.The service was excellent, friendly and professional but not intrusive.It was not cheap, about Â£50 a Head including service but as a treat was well worth it.If you get the chance you should definitely give it a try.I would not hesitate to go back again but am waiting for the next local place that my son wants us to try.
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