Taizu manages to pull off sophisticated Pan-Asian food with Mediterranean touches.
It’s no surprise that Taizu earned the title of Time Out’s Best Restaurant for 2 years in a row (and other accolades the years before) with their “Asiaterranean” cuisine, an extensive, seafood-heavy menu of small plates, amazing flavor combinations and consistent craftsmanship. Chef Yuval Ben Neriah’s restaurant is one of the best in town, and Pastry Chef Ana Shapiro’s desserts are in a league of their own thanks to a fusion of savory, sweet and unique ingredients like curry, saffron and other surprisingly harmonious spices.
33 Derech Menachem Begin
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu, Sat 12:30-15:30; Mon-Thu 18:30-00:00; Sun, Sat 19:00-00:00; Fri 18:00-00:00|
|Price:||Dinner for two (including drinks): around NIS 300-500|