OCD

Jaffa
Israeli Chef Restaurant

The name OCD is fitting for this groundbreaking Tel Aviv restaurant-cum-event, because it is, at its jaw-dropping core, about meticulous attention to detail. A multi-course meal with a timed structure, to be eaten communally by exactly 19 diners at exactly the same time, OCD has no set menu. Chef Raz Rahav is equal parts showman and chef, and OCD, which offers two seatings a night in a renovated loft in Tel Aviv’s trendy Noga neighborhood, is as entertaining as it is appetizing.

OCD
Tirtsa St. 17Tel Aviv, Israel
972-03/556-6777

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