Segev Moshe, one of Israel’s leading chefs, brings culinary influences from around the world to Israeli cuisine. Segev owns seven restaurants, including ” Segev Express” in Ramat HaHayal, Rishon LeZion, Hod HaSharon, and Kiryat Bialik (Kiryat), the Japanese bars “Nihon No-Ba” in Petah Tikva, and “Moshe Segev” in Netanya.
Until today, Segev has published four cookbooks and hosted various cooking shows on channels 2 and 13, including ” Segav comes to cook, ” Segev Olimi,” and ” A day in the city with Segev Moshe”
The meal is composed of a fixed menu specially created for the evening, based on Moshe’s personal connection with the place, and will be revealed at the end of the meal. The meal consists of 4 courses per diner (including dessert). Vegan, gluten-free, and lactose-free options are available with advance notice. It is recommended to enhance the meal with wines specially selected for the menu (for an additional fee).
The BlackOut restaurant is the only restaurant in the country where blind and visually impaired waiters serve chef’s meals in complete darkness, and it holds a kosher dairy certification from the Tel Aviv Rabbinate.
Price: ₪260, including a welcome cocktail and a 4-course meal (including dessert).
Limited seating is available, so hurry and make your reservation!