Friday brunch in Tel Aviv

Pacific bistro restaurant at the Tel Aviv Crowne Plaza Hotel offers a great deal for a kosher Friday brunch.

By OFER ZEMACH
June 7, 2007 16:19
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Friday brunch in Tel Aviv

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Overlooking the yachts at the nearby marina and the beach below, Pacific bistro restaurant at the Tel Aviv Crowne Plaza Hotel is offering a great deal for a kosher Friday brunch. Chef Tomer Batito created a healthy summer menu where elements from French and Asian cuisines are deliciously combined. If I had my choice, I would go with the Tom Yam Kai soup for the whole four courses, but if Thai chicken soup isn't your thing, then there is a wealth of other dishes to choose from. Quinoa salad with fresh herbs, lentil and root vegetable salad, broccoli in citrus vinaigrette, and green beans drizzled with sesame oil are offered as appetizers. For the first course you can take your pick of a variety of sushi combinations, chicken gyoza or the Thai soup. For the main course, one can choose from chicken sofrito with potatoes, seared entrecote steak, veal kebabs with onions, or salmon filets in teriyaki sauce. Don't miss the array of desserts as they are colorful, with a unique taste of summer. By the end of the meal, you'll be so full that the only options open to you will be either a walk along the Tayelet (boardwalk) or an early schlafstunde. But hurry up - Shabbat is getting close. Brunch at Pacific is served on Fridays from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m., and costs NIS 89 per person. Pacific. Rehov Hayarkon 145, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Tel Aviv. Tel: (03) 520-1169 (kosher)

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