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Park Ezorim, Kiryat Aryeh, Petach Tikvah.
Tel: 03-923 0643

Kashrut: Hatam Sofer
alfredo website Hebrew

Open Sunday - Thursday 9:00 am till 12:00 midnight, Friday till Shabbat. After Shabbat till midnight. Closed Shabbat.

April 03
Alfredo is a good quality dairy restaurant in Petach Tikva's Ezorim high tech park in Kiryat Aryeh. The restaurant is located on the upper floor of a two story building overlooking spacious grounds, a decorative pool and waterfall. It is a very picturesque and pleasant location.

There is ample parking but the entrance to the restaurant from the parking lot is not obvious. You end up going behind the restaurant and up a level by elevator. Follow the signs and you'll be ok.

The Decor:

The restaurant has a very pleasant and tasteful decor, appropriate for a yuppie restaurant usually filled with young high techies. The walls are wood paneled with matching tables and chairs. There is a large glittery bar at the entrance to the restaurant. The dining area is well lit and you can see your food.

To the restaurant's credit, they are quite strict about non-smoking, and smokers are relegated to the outside patio. The problem is that this is the best seating in the house and it seems unfair to reward smokers with this perk. But other than to ban smoking entirely (which would not be such a bad idea) I don't see any way to solve this problem.

The Menu:
My companion and I had a lovely and enjoyable dinner at Alfredo restaurant. We were most impressed by the little extras that they do there. The presentation of the food is noteworthy and the service is a cut above. For example, the waitress changes the napkin and silverware between courses. This did not go unnoticed, and puts Alfredos at least one step above other Israeli restaurants in our book.

My companion and I began our meals with a mushroom soup and the eggplant rolls appetizer. The soup was made with fresh mushrooms and was topped with more of the same. It was served in a tureen made out of hollowed out loaf of bread. The bread went well with the thick creamy soup, resulting in a very filling dish, more than enough for an individual.

I chose the eggplant rolls as my appetizer at the waitress' recommendation. These are strips of cooked eggplant rolled around white cheese and vegetables and served on a bed of salad greens. In some restaurants the eggplant in this dish is not cooked sufficiently, leaving a bitter taste, but this was not the case at Alfredos where they were excellent. The salad greens were served with a delightful unobtrusive dressing.This dish was light but plentiful. I believe that this is one of their signature dishes, and rightly so.

We deliberated for some time about our main course because there was so much to choose from. My companion settled on a pasta dish and a lasagna. He was served a very generous bowl of pasta with a creamy sauce of tomatoes, mushrooms, and olives. I chose the lasagna with four cheeses, again, at the recommendation of the waitress. The lasagna was baked in the serving dish and was very tasty. I was quite pleased with this dish that was served with a generous bowl of salad.

The food was plentiful and delicious and the atmosphere was pleasant so we decided to linger for a few minutes over a hot cuppa and a dessert. The waitress brought a platter of desserts to our table for us to choose from. This was a very nice touch and a cut above the usual system of getting up and choosing from the case. Again we were impressed with the level of service at this restaurant.

The restaurant is sizable and is appropriate for groups. Several groups had arrived at the restaurant by the time we were up to dessert and the room became incredibly noisy. Despite efforts to improve the acoustics with ceiling fixtures, the noise level in the restaurant can become overwhelming.

Our bill for this very pleasant culinary treat was NIS 190. We were quite pleased to leave our waitress a sizable tip for a job well done. Since the cost of our dinner at the restaurant was below what one would normally pay for this quality food and service. We found this restaurant to be good value for the money.

From Our Readers:
Submitted by: Lisa G Date: 16 October, 2007. Description:
Just wanted you to know that we went to Alfredo's last night with last week's winning auction coupon. The menu looks like the standard pasta-pizza-salad fare, so what a surprise when each and every dish turns out to be a specialty. From the soup in a bread bowl, to the home-made gnocchi and hand-crafted desserts, we were so pleased we ate our fill, then took more home for the kids. And that's without accounting for the friendly service, fountains and easy chairs in an oasis of green, all embraced by sparkling hi-tech towers. It was packed on a Wednesday night, so be sure to make a reservation.

Submitted by: Pearl and Leonard (Jerusalem) Date: 15 May, 2003. Description: Thought you might like to know that we went to Alfredo in Petach Tikva this week and we highly recommend it. The setting is beautiful and the staff very helpful and friendly. The food is very good indeed and not over priced. Portions are generous. We can well recommend it.

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