Anyone hoping to visit the highly acclaimed seafood restaurant Mul Yam, in the beautiful Tel Aviv Port over the summer will be sorely disappointed, due to last night’s fire that saw the restaurant burn to the ground, from a short circuited freezer.
Mul Yam was found in 1995 by Shalom Maharovsky, an importer of fine wines and seafood. In this stunning location and with the help of chef Yoram Nitzan, Mul Yam is considered to be an elite dining experience, commanding high prices for top quality cuisine through its use of the freshest ingredients, often airlifting it’s fish straight from ports around the world.
Only a couple of months ago, it celebrated it’s 20th birthday, with tasting menu of outstanding quality and beauty, trying to attract a younger clientele who otherwise may not afford its prices.
Having had knock backs before, we only hope that Mul Yam can get back on its feet in the very near future and will return with the quality, finesse and beauty of the acclaimed restaurant it is known for.