I recently dined at Well Done at a family dinner with twelve other guests. The experience was not outstanding.
Location: Well Done is located in the Ezorei Chen neighborhood of Ramat Aviv (among the newer neighborhoods in the area). There is nothing special about its location (no sea view, etc.).
Ambience: Not much thought was put into designing Well Done from the standpoint of décor. No music plays, the walls are bare, and the ambience is entirely lackluster.
Food: Well Done serves Israeli cuisine and various barbecued meats. We sampled everything from the roasted eggplant to hummus, various breads, taboule, and kibbe, all of which were of good quality. Nothing was a "knockout" appetizer, but food was generally fresh and well-prepared. As entrées we ordered grilled chicken liver, grilled chicken, and grilled kabobs. The kabobs and grilled chicken were okay, nothing special, and the chicken liver was of mediocre quality as well. Overall, food was of satisfactory quality, and portions were large.
Service: Service was generally efficient and friendly.
Value: This is why Well Done is being rated three stars instead of four. The thirteen of us, with four vegetarians and five young children, including tax and tip, paid 1,150 NIS (300 USD), which amounts to over 23 USD per person for a meal at a neighborhood restaurant. We felt value was poor at Well Done, and we were only notified of the pricing of the various appetizers we were served when the bill arrived. The cost is what will likely prohibit us from returning to Well Done in the future; there are many establishments of similar cuisine and quality in the same area of Ramat Aviv with much more solid value.
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