This Soho eatery focuses on contemporary Middle Eastern cuisines, with a particular influence from Jerusalem’s vibrant food scene. A selection of hot and cold dishes are prepared in the open kitchen, while dining is available at the zinc-topped bar.
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34 Rupert StreetSohoLondonW1D 6DN
- +44 20 7439 8777
I had lunch here on my birthday this year. Having read glowing reviews from critics, I thought it was worth a try, especially as I hadn't had Israeli food much before. It's cool to eat somewhere that has a branch in another country
I snagged a seat at the kitchen counter where I could watch the new chefs being put through their paces. My excellent waitress helped me to choose the right amount...more
Manager could do standup comedy (probably does). Food is amazing and beautifully presented, staff is incredibly friendly, atmosphere is warm and playful. A Must.more
The food is pretty dope. I'd just been eating at a place in ny called balaboosta for Mod-Is (modern israeli) and was gonna platz when i found out about palomar. the food was dope, the vibe was pretty dope, and the wait was not so dope but they let you leave and wait at this weird pub next door which is like totally chain pub but imagine someone spent like £2,000,000 on decor, i mean polished...more
One of the best meals I've had in a long while:
1) Kubaneh - soft and warm, with yummy dipping sauce.
2) Spiced Olives - served slightly warm, fall right off the pit, in a delicious marinade.
3) Fattoush salad - I've had a LOT of Lebanese food in my day, and Fattoush salads are a favorite. This is far and away the best I've ever had. Instead of baked pita chips, there were more traditional...more
One of the most exciting dining experiences I've had in a loooong time!
I mean, not only are you perched up at the dining bar reveling in plate after plate of super colorful, wildly spiced and inventive dish after dish, you also get treated to spontaneous blessings by chef Tomer and his team in Hebrew during your meal!
Israeli chef Tomer isn't introducing his guests to his creative twist...more