Overall this is a decent place – not so different from numerous other grill style restaurants in Israel.
We were a party four and we ordered a meat platter for four that was supposed to include choice of 8 "shipudim" (chicken shishlik, kebab, chicken hearts, or chicken livers), and a chicken breast. Only on the way home did we realize that we never received the chicken breast. The "shipudim" were good. The livers were tender and the kebab was juicy.
Our waitress was pleasant and friendly, but inexperienced.
When we asked for coffee, the waitress did not ask how many and ended up bringing a tray of four weak black ("botz") coffees. This is usually the kind of coffee that you get on the house in such places, so we were surprised when we were charged 9 shekels each. The waitress should have asked how many of us wanted coffee and told us that we'd have to pay for them.
A pleasant place with tasty food and reasonable prices, but there's certainly room for improvement.