What happens when a gravlax (Scandinavian), borscht (Ukrainian), seafood linguini (Italian) and pullet tabaka (Georgian) meet in one rich menu? A wonderfully harmonious culinary feast of flavors which roll on the tongue is created. The Baba Yaga restaurant on 12 HaYarkon Street in Tel Aviv specializes in European delicacies from Spain in the west to Russia in the east. There is an excellent diversity of aromas and colors here that is expressed in meticulous, precise and aesthetically presented dishes. Baba Yaga, which is housed inside a beautiful stone structure, is decorated in light and clean colors and a brown wooden deck that gives the restaurant a warm atmosphere. Pleasant light pours from the elegant lamps that hang from above and through the large and clear windows is seen the well-kept flowering garden that surrounds the restaurant. On beautiful sunny days you can sit outside and enjoy the food and the warm sun and feel like you are on an island of tranquility that is disconnected from the busy atmosphere of the city.
On cold days it is recommended to try the soup which is made of seven kinds of smoked meats that is served with cream and the house bread. For seafood lovers, Baba Yaga serves diverse and delicious dishes. It is recommended to try the varniki - dumplings filled with potatoes and served with melted butter. A chocolate bomb is a wonderful way to finish the excellent meal. Different people, Israelis and tourists, come to dine at Baba Yaga. At the restaurant you will find a few images of witches and not without a reason - Baba Yaga is a witch in Slavic mythology. Special musical performances take place at Baba Yaga from time to time, such as jazz evenings, Brazilian guitar evenings and other unique performances, which make the meals even more enjoyable and emphasize the restaurant’s classic atmosphere. An excellent and especially varied alcohol menu is offered to the diners as well.