Summertime is al fresco season – preferably in nature and in the shade. That, along with good food, has been Tapuz Bateva’s winning formula, from its origins among the orange orchards of Moshav Batzra to its present location among the stately eucalyptus trees of Herzliya Park, where it is now celebrating its fourth year with the launching of a new summertime menu.
The updated menu already exists in Hebrew, and we were told that the English one will be ready soon. In a major overhaul, the restaurant has scratched all its pasta dishes, while adding new vegan options. There is no meat on the menu, just one fish dish (salmon) and several chicken offerings. There are two breakfast categories: one is served until 1 p.m., and the other is served all day.