A longstanding Jaffa establishment borrowing inspiration from Hemingway's 1952 novel.
Since branching out to the Jaffa Port, The Old Man and the Sea has become more than a meal, it is a complete theatrical scene. From waiters running around like whirling dervishes, to giant pitchers of fresh squeezed lemonade, and so many vibrant salads you won't even need a main course (though you must try the grilled chicken, fish and kebabs), a weekend brunch at the port is worth braving the long line. Don't fret, it moves fast, and the fare is worth it. While the inside is cool on a hot day, we suggest braving the heat and eating port-side for the full experience. Throw in warm oven baked pita bread, and complimentary coffee/tea and tiny balls of honey-glazed goodness for dessert, and you'll never want to leave
|Venue name:||The Old Man and the Sea||Contact:|
|Opening hours:||Sun-Sat 11:00-24:00|
|Price:||Meal deal (with salads, lemonade pitcher, meal, coffee and sweets) NIS 69-89|