Goocha Nachmaniby Sarit Goffen | 24.12.15
Most Tel Avivians are familiar with the name Goocha, as for over a decade it has been a seafood institute in Tel Aviv, thanks to its select fish and seafood, accessible pricing, enduring quality, and orientation towards fun.
Recently, Goocha has opened a new sister restaurant on the corner of Ehad Ha’am and Nachmani streets.
In accordance with its location and its building, the meals here are a warm, urban, intimate, and sophisticated version of the original menu, drawing from classic establishments in London, Paris, and New York. This attitude is manifested in creative and meticulous bar dishes that rely on the plenty of the sea, served along with a refined enjoyable cocktail menu. Architect Dan Troim is responsible for the aesthetic experience, which integrates elements from classic seafood bars all over the world, with a fresh urban interpretation.
Goocha’s chef, Eitan Sasson, maintained some of the traditional well-loved dishes from the existing menu, and added some new and exclusive dishes especially for the Nachmani location, such as the Decadent Burger and Lobster, or the Crab Cake Roll – crispy crab cakes in a brioche that simply melts in your mouth.
As part of the exquisite experience in the Nachmani location, Goocha has also opened “Goocha Picnic” – a picnic area where visitors may order hamburger or seafood dishes at everyday prices, to be eaten on wooden picnic tables in the restaurant’s courtyard.
26 Nachmani St., corner of Ehad Ha’am Opening hours: Sun – Sat 12:00 – 12:00