Time Out says
Keton’s kneidle soup and creamy ikra make it the perfect spot for Jewish bistro food.
Opened in 1945, Keton started out as a modest kiosk. It is not kosher, meaning it is open on weekends and milk products are available but not necessarily mixed with the meat. Start with the kneidle soup and the ikra - a real treat of creamy and fishy goodness served with a fresh and fluffy mini-challah bread. Keton also serves stuffed spleen, topped with wonderfully deep-fried onions, which embellishes the eatery's chopped liver. The highlight is the apricot soda, mixed on premises and served in an old-timey, rubber-corked glass bottle.
145 Dizengoff St
|Price:||Dinner for two (including drinks): around NIS 160|
|Opening hours:||Sun-Sat 11:30-21:30|