Maganda is an oriental restaurant which is one of the first food establishments in Tel-aviv being founded in 1926 and operating successfully ever since by three family generations.
The restaurant is pretty big, especially to the Carmel market area where most of the places are small kiosks. Its two and a half stories high, fitting 250 customers, and the top floor can be used for events for up to 100 people.
The menu is Israeli-Yemenite, with many kinds of beef and chicken on skewers, fish with Yemenite spicing, various soups and a few old school desserts.
Tourist are crazy for this restaurant and you can see every day busses unpacking groups from all over the world.