30.10.2011 02.Cheschwan. 5772 Sommerzeit endet
A return to Herzliya steakhouse Ad Ha'etzem was a true delight.
Opened in 1988, Ad Ha’etzem (To the bone) was perhaps the first real American style steakhouse in Israel that served great steaks cooked to the desired degree and fabulous 300-gram hamburgers made from fresh minced prime beef and prepared on the premises (at a time when all burger places served frozen plastic-tasting burgers), as well as other American specialties such as Buffalo wings, onion rings and potato skins.
The restaurant was the brainchild of the Yarzin brothers, who have since ranked among the leading restaurateurs in the country, managing such establishments as the Moses chain, Toni Vespa pizza, Cafe Italia and Zozobra Asian bar, as well as The Tapas Bar at Tel Aviv Port.
A recent visit to Ad Ha’etzem proved that the restaurant has kept its high level of quality, service and inventiveness intact, despite the many years that have passed….