Last Monday, my husband and I went to Zahav restaurant in Philadelphia. Zahav is labeled as a “modern Israeli restaurant”. Not only is it one of the best restaurants in Philadephia but it’s been ranked as one of the best restaurants in the country. Normally I post diner reviews, but Zahav quickly became one of […]
Before Monday, I had never tried Isreali food. Although I typically post about diners, my husband and I go out fairly often. We both enjoy trying new things and new cuisines. When I went to make a reservation at Zahav a few days before, I quickly realized that I wasn’t going to be able too. The first reservation they have is in late June!
Since my husband is in the military, reserving a month or two in advance isn’t an option for us. We can’t even plan more than a day or two because his schedule is changing. Luckily Zahav was more than helpful and were able to get us a reservation. I cannot thank them enough! (They didn’t pay for our meal but were helpful to get a reservation).
Zahav was ranked as one of the top restaurants in the entire country. To say it was delicious is an understatement and if you live in the greater Philadelphia area, I would highly recommend getting reservations.
When we arrived it was extremely crowded and throughout the entire time and throughout the 2 hours we were there, it never got less crowded. Every table in the entire restaurant was filled 100% of the time.
We decided to order from tasting menu and chef’s recommendations. This meant all of the food was served Tapas style, and we didn’t have to worry about choosing anything. Honestly, while the menu is small, I had no idea what to choose.
We started off with the Salatim and Hummus. It came with six mini salads with a giant piece of Lafta bread (which is similar to pita bread).
Continue reading this review at https://fueledbylolz.com/2016/06/15/a-night-out-at-zahav/