Tel Aviv restaurant Benny the Fisherman comic review

Gilboa's criticism is done in a comic way, and it is the first time he releases his videos especially in English for the sake of the tourists who visit Tel Aviv for the Eurovision.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 12, 2019 15:05
Niv Gilboa at Benny the Fisherman restaurant in Tel Aviv

Niv Gilboa at Benny the Fisherman restaurant in Tel Aviv. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Israeli restaurant critic Niv Gilboa released YouTube videos ahead of the Eurovision contest in Tel Aviv in which he visits restaurants in the city, and he does it in English.

In this specific video, Gilboa visits restaurant Benny the Fisherman, located at Yordei Hasira 1, Tel Aviv harbor. Gilboa granted the restaurant with a score of 9/10.



Gilboa's criticism is done in a comic way, and it is the first time he releases his videos especially in English for the sake of the tourists who visit Tel Aviv for the Eurovision.

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