Israeli Food at Restaurant 1701
While we were looking at the menu and trying to decide what to have, we were treated with Mediterranean flat bread and olive oil for dipping. This was followed by an amuse-bouche of refreshing tomato salad.
The portions were on the posh side as well so we still had room left for dessert. So we decided to share an apple dessert called apfel schallet. It was an apple tart made of phyllo pastry which has a little scoop of cassis sorbet on the side and a blackberry on top. On the side there was a squirt of raisin purée which reminded me of apple syrup we eat on sandwiches in Holland. Lots of different flavours were dancing on my tongue.
If you want to see what's for dinner at Restaurant 1701, have a look on their website. I can totally recommend it.