The atmospheric vaulted cellar is decorated with all kinds of Judaic and Masonic symbols, the center piece of which is the huge stained glass mural of the Masonic eye. Lets just say that there’s more than plenty of material here for your Instagram. On the menu – which rolls out like the Torah – has all the usual suspects of Ashkenazi, Sephardi and Israeli cuisines. If you’re feeling lazy, go for the meze platter of mixed dips, forshmak, falafel and pita, the shakshuka or the gefilte fish with beet horseradish and crumbled matzo. For something a little less “mainstream”, try the European smelt in a spicy marinade with grilled vegetables and gumbo sauce or the chraime (Sephardic fish in spicy tomato sauce). Oftentimes the waiter doesn’t bring out the cocktail menu and simply questions you about your preferences and ends up bringing out the best thing you’ve ever tasted. The names of the dishes and cocktails are directly inspired by Jewish culture. Cocktail names like Bar Mitzvah, Gentiana Spritz, Mesibat Aviv and Original Sin are certainly very witty and Semitic. The setting is perfect for intimate conversations with friends or a relaxed rendezvous with someone special. L’chaim!