Founded by a group of Southern Dairy kibbutzniks, its canteen style interior reflects the kibbutz ethic it was born from. Family groups come here to ... More
Founded by a group of Southern Dairy kibbutzniks, its canteen style interior reflects the kibbutz ethic it was born from. Family groups come here to enjoy an afternoon as it has a child-friendly with a play area. Mouthwatering yogurt and fruit shakes are blended and served in dinky jugs, along with huge helpings of toasted cheese and mushroom bagels or a piping hot vegetable lasagna served in its baking dish. Blintzes (a Hungarian pancake) are a house specialty, served with a choice of savory or sweet filling. Average cost is USD17.
My 1996 visit to Yotvata is pretty vague, having recently arrived in the country, but what I can recall involves standing at the top of the stairs remarking at how awful I felt. This was quickly followed by what can best be described as "a raging torrent of vomit" escaping from my mouth. The staff of the restaurant were very helpful cleaning up the ever-growing puddle of sickness and tears. I imagine the employees working at the time retell that series of events as one of the most character building moments of their lives. Try the blintzes!
While in Israel our tour bus stopped here for ice cream....and wonderful ice cream it was! I wish that I had purchased a coffee mug that I saw there.......ah well.......perhaps on my next visit. I have to say that I love Israel and I love the people......very warm and friendly. Israel is a great place to visit!!
My husband and I went to the Yotvata in the Azrielli Towers in Tel Aviv. We ordered their famous breakfast - one for the both of us with an extra cup of coffee. One is too much for one person. It includes salads, various cheeses, egg cooked to your liking; a natural fruit drink (we ordered the banana/melon mix - delicious!!); a small loaf of hot bread with butter; and coffee. The whole thing came to 60 shekels with the extra coffee. A great deal!! I highly recommend Yotvata! They also serve lunches - dairy only - with great fish dishes.
great food selection. big big meals, order only one dish and share.
the fruit drink are amazing, you must try them. ask to try and you will enjoy it and ask for more.
some locations are Kosher and some are not.
The best locations are at Azriyale Mall and on the boardwalk in Tel Aviv.
As an American its very tough to find the quality service you're used in Israel... customer service is not a term they know. However, Yotvata is amazing. The service is great, the atmosphere is happening and the food is incredible. Their fresh squeezed fruit shakes are to die for and all the portions are more than you can handle. I live down the street from the restraunt and frequent it often - never having had a bad experience.
Yotvata restaurant was suggested to us as "one of the best restaurants in Israel" and "very popular with tourists". It did not dissapoint.
One of the strenghts of the restaurant is the quality of the ingredients, which is superb. Yotvata is the same kibbutz that produces the famous chocolate milk and other dairy products sold in Israel.
The dessert is good enough to raise the dead, and the crepes with mushrooms in creme are definately worth a try.
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