Zada Restaurant

The Zada restaurant cooks up a contemporary Ottoman culinary experience. The cuisine revolves around the traditional meals cooked for the Sultans of the Ottoman empire, layered with touches of authentic, personal, and local influences.
Bitton’s starting point is working with sustainable local ingredients which he refines into subtle flavors that have been adapted for the Israeli palate.
Zada, named after the master of spirit, offers a cuisine based on fish, seafood, local vegetables and fine meats authentic to the Ottoman kitchen.
We showcase a number of signature dishes that were reserved for the table of the Grand Sultan, stuffed vegetables re-interpreted, unexpected kebab dishes, and pastries from the Orient.
The presentation is equally important, the regal dishes are presented in special ceramic cookware served from the oven to the table.
The Zada offers a unique ambiance of old world opulence combined with a lively atmosphere aimed to provide an unforgettable experience.

About Executive Chef Shahar Bitton

Chef Shahar Bitton approach is to provide a extensive dining experience pleasing all the senses.
A firm believer that food must be treated as an art master piece presented to the dining patrons.
Shahar maintains that a refined dish involves passion, love, inspiration, respect for the products, and relay an authentic sense of hospitality.
All component are equally important for the integrity of a dish and should be expressed through the styling of the plate.

Chef Bitton began his culinary career in a small restaurant in Brooklyn NYC where he was introduced to the creative, original, colorful, dynamic cuisine scene New York City offers.
Realizing patrons are seeking an impressive and memorable dining experience, in which the final stride is a presentation of a food plate that carries the chef’s unique print and interpretation.
To orchestrate in harmony the food plate all the elements must be set, one needs to stage the ambiance, décor, service, and even the plate design.
Seeking to perfect his skills Shahar moved on to work under the guidance of Chef Daniel Boulud at the legendary Daniel restaurant.
In 2005, Chef Bitton became the Executive Chef of multiple fine dining restaurants within The Isrotel Luxury Hotels chain including the Carmel Forest resort and the Royal Beach Eilat.
Contact Us
Opening hours:
Sunday through Thursday 07:30 to 11:00
Friday 08:00 to 13:00
Saturday 08:00 to 13:00

Lobby Bar:
Sunday through Thursday 12pm to 23:00
Friday 09:00 to 23:00
Saturday 10:00 to 23:00

Food Service at the Bar:
12:00 to 22:00 daily

In-room Dinning:
12:00 to 22:00 daily

Dinner at Zada Chef Restaurant:
Monday- Friday
19:00 to 23:00 daily

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