Restaurants, Mediterranean Old Jaffa
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Time Out says

Abrage is a charming restaurant on Kedumim Square where you can sit back and savor authentic Middle Eastern cuisine with the aroma of the sea.

Everything about this place paints a picturesque scene of the sea: the prime archaeological site of the Jaffa cobblestone promenade, the laid-back vibe you get when inhaling the salty scent of the air—and most of all, the Mediterranean menu made of traditional dishes representing the diverse culture of Middle Eastern cuisine. Adjacent to St. Peter’s Church, this 100-year old historic building houses a multi-room restaurant composed of exposed walls and detailed arches richly complemented by sea-blue hues. If you choose to sit inside, follow the bright staircase and choose any of the rooms with their old world charm and traditional decor, or grab a table near the patio and watch people strolling leisurely upon the square. The extensive menu has a little something for everyone, from lavish colorful breakfasts to popular meat dishes such as grilled lamb chops, delectable lamb kebab, or spicy-crusted chicken on the grill.



Address: 6 Kikar Kedumim
Tel Aviv

Price: Dinner for two (including drinks): around NIS 200-300
Opening hours: Sun-Sat 09:00-00:00

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