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a is not a brand name, It is a concept

restaurant, by chef Yuval Ben-Neriah

a combines between Raw and grill kitchen,

between primal and Prime, basic and high end

Earthly & Refined.

a is about redefining Simple.

Opening Hours

18:30 - 23:30

Mon - Sat

Contact

074-7588818

(10:00-22:00)

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Yuval

Ben Neria

 

 

Chef Ben Neriah is considered one of the most
appreciated, accurate, groundbreaking and creative chefs in Israel – a unique artist and restaurateur, specializing in Asian cuisines, with a bold personal local interpretation.

Culinary

The restaurant’s chef, Yuval Ben-Neriah, envisioned it as a culinary institute. It was destined to offer a place to experience rich, timeless knowledge well blended with the chef’s personal interpretation and daring culinary innovations. His idea to fuse Japanese and Western cultures into a slick lively elegance drove the architects to draw upon classic architectural idioms of form and matter in these two cultures, and re-sculpt them to create a calm yet assertive space and experience. 

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Sake

 

 

The restaurant’s chef, Yuval Ben-Neriah, envisioned it as a culinary institute. It was destined to offer a place to experience rich, timeless knowledge well blended with the chef’s personal interpretation and daring culinary innovations. His idea to fuse Japanese and Western cultures into a slick lively elegance drove the architects to draw upon classic architectural idioms of form and matter in these two cultures, and re-sculpt them to create a calm yet assertive space and experience. 

Local Produce

 

 

The restaurant’s chef, Yuval Ben-Neriah, envisioned it as a culinary institute. It was destined to offer a place to experience rich, timeless knowledge well blended with the chef’s personal interpretation and daring culinary innovations. His idea to fuse Japanese and Western cultures into a slick lively elegance drove the architects to draw upon classic architectural idioms of form and matter in these two cultures, and re-sculpt them to create a calm yet assertive space and experience. 

Design

 

 

The restaurant’s chef, Yuval Ben-Neriah, envisioned it as a culinary institute. It was destined to offer a place to experience rich, timeless knowledge well blended with the chef’s personal interpretation and daring culinary innovations. His idea to fuse Japanese and Western cultures into a slick lively elegance drove the architects to draw upon classic architectural idioms of form and matter in these two cultures, and re-sculpt them to create a calm yet assertive space and experience.