Rothschild TLV opened in the middle of the pandemic back in May 2020 but has still found a way to succeed during uncertain times. The upscale Israeli menu includes standouts likes black risotto (forbidden rice, wild mushrooms, truffles, corn cream, and short rib), a sweetbreads flatbread featuring preserved lemon, babaganoush, and a spicy green herb salad, and a $245 45oz Tomahawk that’s dry-aged and served with fingerling potatoes and salad. However, if that last option is a bit much, go for the $56 lamb shank instead, or a $125 30oz prime dry-aged steak served on the bone.
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