Goocha is very popular fish and seafood chain in the Tel Aviv area. I’ve eaten at the Dizengoff branch often and although it’s a bit crowded at times and at certain hours you may have to wait in a queue before you’re seated, the service is great and the food is of the best quality. I had the pleasure of dining at Goocha’s recently-opened sister restaurant on the corner of Ehad Ha’am and Nachmani streets.
While seafood dominates the menu, many meat dishes are also available, as are specials for kids. The branch also offers the special “Goocha Picnic” – a picnic area where visitors may order a variety of items from fish and chips to hamburgers, to be eaten on wooden picnic tables in the restaurant’s courtyard.