In a restaurant that looks like a miniature coffee shop, the staff, the menu and even the coffee are the same as in a coffee shop.
But the difference lies in the menu, which is not limited to the most basic ingredients, but also includes a few new ones, as well as the toppings and condiments, all cooked in the same kitchen as the main dish.
The staff is also paid at a higher rate, and it is possible to pay them at the counter or at a counter where the customers are seated, the owners said.
The restaurant, located in the southern section of the city, opened in November, in collaboration with a local coffee house that is part of the Rana Hotel and is the flagship of the Asiad restaurant chain, which has restaurants in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
Asiad is known for its innovative, well-crafted dishes, and this one is no exception.
It is an Italian-inspired cafe that serves a range of Italian-style cuisine, including an eggplant with olive oil and basil pesto, which features fresh basil leaves and tomatoes.
It is also known for the signature, “Santarelli” (biscuit) sandwiches, made with a thick, fluffy dough, topped with roasted garlic and served on a brioche bun.
While the menu is simple and well-written, the desserts are something different.
It starts with a simple dessert, an almond-peanut chocolate cake with chocolate icing and then goes on to include a delicious almond-mousse and a delicious chocolate-chip cookie.
The menu is designed in a way that it can be ordered from the counter, the only place where you can go to check it out.
There are a variety of items available on the menu that can be consumed either with or without a fork.
The desserts can be a little more complicated.
You can choose from the “Tequila for Two” or “Eggplant and Basil Salad” or the “Passion Fruit Cake” or even “Sugar Cookie Cupcakes.”
The latter, which consists of a chocolate cake, cookies and a cupcake topped with candied fruit, is the most expensive item on the list.
For a more complex dessert, you can choose between “Sesame & Almond Crumble,” which has a mixture of brownies and ice cream, or “Rice and Nutella,” which is made with rice and cream, and has to be ordered separately.
For the “Rita,” which consists mostly of an almond cake and whipped cream, the dessert price starts at about 20 shekels ($2.20), with more expensive desserts starting at about 30 shekeles ($3.40).