The fish

Fisk - the Scandinavian word for fish - is home to lively conversations and friendly chatter. The seasonal menu doesn't limit itself to traditional seafood platters and fish a la plancha. While simplicity is key, Bar Fisk manages to present its dishes in a fresh and unexpected manner by exclusively using market-fresh ingredients brimming with flavour. A Tel Avivian amount of herbs and, mostly local, vegetables eliminate the need for any frills, while the Big Green Egg infuses ingredients with smokiness if a dish calls for that. Carnivores and vegetarians will not feel like a fish out of water though; Bar Fisk blends its powerful flavours with meat or greens for those who are not in the mood for fish. Mondays aren't tedious at this fish bar. They're tasty. Every Monday the chefs craft a six-course menu to be devoured for only 35 euros, while Saturday and Sunday lunch showcase the hearty flavours of Tel Aviv with shakshuka.

The bar

If the food is the soul of Bar Fisk, then the drinks are unquestionably the heart. The dynamic wine and cocktail menu was created and curated by sommelier-mixologist Matan Achai. Distinct wines from all over the world aim to bring the unexpected together. Bar Fisk's cocktail menu displays light, herbal and fruity drinks, focusing on daily fresh ingredients and presented straightforward yet creative. While drinks flow and as evening falls, the volume button is slowly dialled up. And you'll be hooked.