For most of us, when relaxing and dining out it is an integral part of the experience to appreciate the surroundings as well as the food. When the place is as interesting as Jaffa Tel Aviv, it would be unsurprising to see diners staring around appreciatively at the decor and furniture.
The brain child of Israeli architects Baranowitz Kronenberg, the restaurant features industrial lamps and concrete floors and ceilings contrasting wonderfully with Turkish carpet lined walls and designer furniture from Piet Hein Eek.
Photography is by Amit Geron.
The architects set out to represent the simplicity and style of head chef Haim Cohen’s kitchen with their emphasis on water, cement, aggregates and cement. The result is an intriguing fusion – a living, working restaurant with everything on show.
Robert Monk January 25th, 2012
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