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Nachmani 25
תל אביב-יפו
ישראל
(map) +972 3-543-5400
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If the meal we ate there this week is indeed indicative of the rule, the Norman going to be the place where we will see and know you'll get a stable, patient food, without grandiose and tics but also without Fak...
Avi Efrati
Walla

* Critic Reviews

  • "
    There you have found a way for a restaurant stand out: It's just good. Great products, talent, knowledge and skills - is all you need.

    Timeout Israel

    89
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    If the meal we ate there this week is indeed indicative of the rule, the Norman going to be the place where we will see and know you'll get a stable, patient food, without grandiose and tics but also without Fakim.

    Walla

    89
  • "
    Norman is elite restaurant that manages to survive both ends: she thinks of Europe, and disposes of it in an impressive manner with a tight, professional menu razor sharp, but not giving up on being an Israeli - in the form of hot pepper and grains Sumac rebels against the risotto origin. But first of all - Norman is a...

    Mako

    88
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    The menu at Norman depressed, the concept (Sharing) really depressed, but then the food came, all was forgotten. Could be that Tel Aviv has the restaurant waiting for her?

    Haaretz

    88