This is a brainchild of two founders of the Terminal bar, namely Ilya Bazarsky and Pavel Steinlucht
Before the opening, a whole team of them went to Israel specially to go to culinary school and to learn cooking from the local families.
It is easy to feel the spirit of Tel Aviv: antique-looking mirrors above the bar, exact copies of some graffities of that places, large ceiling fans and wooden fruit boxes.
A menu is written with a marker pen on the tiled wall: besides the hummus and falafel, that have already become international, there are quite a lot of exotic names of dishes, and their meaning you may learn from the waiter.
Prices are more than affordable.
There are a lot of Israeli wines and original bartenders cocktails mixed with spices from Israel in the bar list.
Such a place in St. Petersburg have been clearly awaited impatiently: it is worth bear in mind that in the evenings you can find a place unless at a bar rack.
- Jewish cuisine
- Wheelchair access