Milgo and Milbar is the culmination of the collaboration between chefs Moti Titman and Or Michaeli.
Together, the two work to create a modern Israeli kitchen that incorporates their unique interpretation of international cuisines, focusing on the highest quality local ingredients native to the land and continuously striving to stay one step ahead of new trends in cuisine. The two chefs present their work in the epicenter of Tel Aviv culture: on the corner of Rothschild Boulevard and Marmorek Street, directly across from Habima, the National Theater of Israel.
The restaurant itself is set in a former upscale residential house that was built in the Bauhaus style that marks classic Tel Aviv architecture from the 1930’s. The interior concept is the work of architect Roy David, who designed the place based on clean, minimalistic lines that mirror the food and dining experience. The music was carefully chosen by the restaurant’s owners and mainly features soft jazz segments meant to entice the guests’ appetites.The overall guest experience at Milgo and Milbar is “light-hearted” despite the extremely high attention to detail in each dish—essentially making upscale cuisine accessible
Chef Or Michaeli
Has been cooking for many years in Michelin-starred restaurants in Paris and London.
Michaeli loves the art of plating food, enjoys playing with textures and colors
and the smell of local fresh organic produce.
Chef Moti Titman
Has spent many years in various kitchens across the country, but the one he has learned
from the most is Chef Raphael Cohen from Raphael restaurant in Tel Aviv.
After more than a decade in the kitchen he started school at FCI international culinary
center, where he learned all about the art of baking. He then came back to Israel to present
the city of Tel Aviv with his own precise version of cooking.
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