Considering that Night Kitchen has a “Dinner with Friends” menu, you really should be coming here with a big group. The menu is personalized and tailored to different tastes—picky eaters welcome—and the food comes out family style. You may get served some things off the à la carte menu, but expect surprises from this Tel Aviv offshoot, where variety is the theme.
Expect ceviche that took a detour through the Mediterranean with medjool dates, chickpeas, and yogurt. Or a flat iron steak you can top with rich marrow and even richer garlic confit. If you’d rather just take that one person you insist is “just a friend”, sit in the adjoining bar and sample the cocktail menu that features a hibiscus and chamomile long island iced tea, and a mule with just a hint of cardamom.