Baba Yaga

Restaurants, Russian Kerem Hateimanim
Baba Yaga
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Time Out says

Indulge in authentic Russian delicacies.

All of the delectable dishes at Baba Yaga are deeply rooted in chef Maria Piznetz’s experience growing up in Russia. As a result, it’s no wonder the restaurant is named after the most infamous witch in Russian mythology. Eating here is truly a magical experience - from the fine European cuisine to the upscale-yet-cozy ambiance. The kitchen offers a wide variety of delicacies that hail from all over Europe, including France, Spain, Italy, and Russia. Here you can find a diverse selection of fancy foods such as foie gras, caviar, and whole sea bass.



Address: 12 HaYarkon St
Tel Aviv

Price: Dinner for two with drinks NIS 320
Opening hours: Sun-Wed: 12:00 – 23:00 Thurs-Sat: 12:00 – 00:00

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