This lively seafood restaurant situated on the corners of Dizengoff and Ibn Gvirol, serves affordable quality food for lunch and dinner.
Always busy inside and out, you may well need to wait for a table; in the warm summer, a glass of Sangria will make it worth the wait but even on the colder April evening, this restaurant is full of people sitting outside ignoring the rain and still enjoying the plates of food and they are delivered just a little faster.
Plates of perfectly cooked sea bass fillets with large shrimps tossed in a rich buttery sauce, mussels fresh and poached in a delicate white wine jus and the soft salmon escalope sits majestically on top of roasted vegetables. Pastas, burgers and even paper cones of chips are all delicious and affordable and desserts are not to be missed either. Exquisitely, presented and equally divine, the chocolate cake standing in a pool of chocolate sauce, with vanilla ice cream running down the sides and all held upright with a beautifully tempered chocolate slice is simply devoured in minutes, but definitely worth it to any chocolate lover.
As we leave immensely satisfied, the inside of Goocha is buzzing with people sipping cocktails, outside the queue gets longer waiting for tables to become free and even people stand lingering at the desk for their take away fish and chips, allowing this reasonable priced delicious food into their homes.