Trey Popp didn’t dislike his food at Zahav but that doesn’t mean he didn’t have some issues with the modern Israeli restaurant.

What disappointed me about my $300 meal at Zahav is that it offered meager food for thought. At that price, I expect dishes that expand my culinary horizons, or at least provoke discussion. What I got instead was skillfully prepared food that didn’t move me.

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Zahav [Official Site]

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