Time Out says
With an intriguing décor and Arabic dishes to match, Fattoush is as much a feast for the eyes as it is for the stomachs.
At the foot of the Baha’i Gardens, lies a magical place, set with blue and white fairy lights, hanging olive trees, and bizarre decorations. If Fattoush’s exterior doesn’t draw in the curious tourist, its interior certainly will. The labyrinth of intimate rooms is as much a feast for the eyes as for the stomachs with a cave-like atmosphere, Arabic script on the walls, low banquettes, wooden stools and filigree lamps. From classic Arabic breakfasts like “Allayeh” (fried tomatoes with meat, served with Arabic bread) and “Makhluta” (eggs beaten with sautéed vegetables) to the infamous fattoush salad, meats, fishes, and side dishes, this German Colony establishment knows how to serve up an authentic Arabic experience.
38 Ben Gurion Blvd
|Price:||Dinner for two with drinks NIS 200|
|Opening hours:||Sun-Sat 07:30-13:00|