Try to get a seat at the long chef’s counter, so that you can watch the culinary wizards here do their magic. It’s the long centerpiece of this hip eatery, and you’ll often see chef/owner Ala’a Musa (formerly of Akko's celebrated Elmarsa restaurant), dotting plates with sauce, snipping fresh herbs over proteins, and overseeing the complex dance that goes into making each dish look artful, and taste spectacular. Top dishes include ceviche with labne, hot peppers and pistachios; scallops set on a swirl of brown butter cauliflower creme with sage fries; and fried calamari and stuffed shrimp on a bed of lentils with tahini cream and pickled lemon sauce. It's a culinary/cultural experience that is not-to-be-missed.