While walking to the Cinemateque Tel Aviv to see the rewarded movie I Shot My Love, we walked by a restaurant where the people were waiting in line to get a table. This was nothing new, but the place looked nice, so it glued to our memory.
A week later we tried to eat something somewhere with our friend Michal. After trying some other places we accidentaly got to the same place that we passed last time, the Giraffe Noodle Bar at Ibn Givrol. It happened to have place for us outside…
We got the menu and asked for a English or at least European version. The waitress told us they didn’t have it. We were quite surprised, but our table companion decided to translate big parts of the menu for us from Hebrew to English. [toda raba, Michal!]
Her black noodles with seafood, my brothers noodles with fish and meat and my vegetarian noodles with red curry and tofu (bean curd) worked out fine.
Still very strange that such a populair restaurant like this doesn’t have an English menu.
The food is very nice, but they got to work on that English menu. Now it is quite interesting to see that the menu is in English on their Hebrew website. So why don’t you put it on a A4 or A3 paper sheet?