Dig This Israeli Eatery With Live Herbs Dressing Its Walls & Ceilings

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(via) Segev Kitchen Garden is a new, chef-driven restaurant located near the Israeli city of Tel Aviv. Herbs hang throughout the restaurant from walls and ceilings, even emerging from pots on tables and in planters dividing seats on an otherwise communal table space. It’s essentially one big greenhouse, only there’s also a kitchen, bar, customers, and staff. Though we can easily imagine something similar in Stanley Park, or maybe in the new Coal Harbour space that the Vancouver Park Board is currently readying for Sequoia, we’d much sooner see it recessed in one of our more established neighbourhoods, like a secret, beautifully aromatic oasis. Grandview Woodlands or Strathcona would be nice, but it would also suit the western edge of Olympic Village.

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