Baba Yaga restaurant is named after a famous witch that appears in the Slavic folklore tales and like the witch, the restaurant will take you to the enchanted fairytales world, even if only for a short time.
Cooking style is Eastern European with big influences from the Polish and Russian cuisine and cooking techniques.
The restaurant approaches all customers and Israelis are mostly fond of Mediterranean food so the restaurant actually combines the heavy cooking of the Russian culture with the Mediterranean fresh and light dishes, the result is just delicious.
The Baba Yaga has an affordable lunch menu from 12:00-17:00 in which all dishes are in reduced prices and include focaccia, first course and soft drink in the price of the main course.
Events can be held at the restaurant for groups up to 120 people, the restaurant has a big interior room plus a large back yard.