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Bar Matti

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Location Matalon Street 41, Tel Aviv, Israel
Country Israel
City Tel Aviv-Yafo

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Open to visitors no
Need appointment no
Handicap accessibility no
Geographical Coordinates 32.05887,34.77274

Summary

In 1935, a new and hip saloon opened- Bar Matti. Ever since then, Mr. Matityahu Landstein has been running this successful joint with a firm hand. Locals who frequent the Levinsky market are all familiar with Matityahu, and no one dares to pass by without popping in to ask how he is doing. Matti prepares a variety of delicacies from traditional Ashkenazi cuisine, including chopped liver, Romanian pickles, stuffed dumplings, and even gefilte fish. Visiting Bar Matti is a real experience. Although now in his eighties, he will still proudly serve you a thirst-quenching glass of cold beer!

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Country

Israel


Affiliation

Ashkenaz