The Zada restaurant cooks up a contemporary Ottoman culinary experience.
The cuisine revolves around the traditional meals cooked for the Sultans of the Ottoman empire, layered with touches of authentic, personal, and local influences. Bitton’s starting point is working with sustainable local ingredients which he refines into subtle flavors that have been adapted for the Israeli palate.
Zada, named after the master of spirit, offers a cuisine based on fish, seafood, local vegetables and fine meats authentic to the Ottoman kitchen.
We showcase a number of signature dishes that were reserved for the table of the Grand Sultan, stuffed vegetables re-interpreted, unexpected kebab dishes, and pastries from the Orient.
The presentation is equally important, the regal dishes are presented in special ceramic cookware served from the oven to the table.
The Zada offers a unique ambiance of old world opulence combined with a lively atmosphere aimed to provide an unforgettable experience.