About this Business
- Breakfast, Lunch
The most desired items on the menu were not available on the day visited - including four menu items.
It was very disappointing this time because they didn't have many of the items listed on the menu. Seems they are undergoing a transition (not sure they're not going out of business; there were very few people in the restaurant). Otherwise the food was good and the atmosphere is nice.
While the food was very tasty, by the time we arrived many dishes had "sold out." I came with friends who are also clients and the server/owner kept addressing me by my first name. As a working professional, I felt that was inappropriate. He was also dismayed that we used the groupon.
When we arrived to a beautiful comfy place and seated I was sure we would enjoy. The waiter then rattled off a laundry list of unavailable foods. No shrimp no steak no branzinni. More no than yes
Order more as you need it
he was so friendly and food was quite good... quiet on a weekday. Go on a weekend
Come on Sunday night. They have music
The ambiance is peaceful and relaxing. The food is fresh excellent!
Talk to the owner to get his input on menu selections. Menu has many and various options.
Very nice atmosphere, clean and inviting.
From Our Editors
The flavors and aromas of Mediterranean cuisine permeate the space at Taiim Cellar, making this restaurant and wine bar a small haven of warmth and culture. At the bar, cocktails inspired by warmer climes and wines from around the world are served alongside Spanish-style small plates for harmonious pairings. Dinner features lamb drizzled with pomegranate-walnut sauce, falafel with Israeli salad, salmon in a garlicky matbucha sauce, and apricot-topped braised quail. Benches set with Middle Eastern–inspired accent pillows and low lighting add to the cozy atmosphere.