*Named Best Deli by Boston Magazine's Best of Boston Awards (2018)
Sat, Sun 10:30 am–3:00 pm
Mon–Fri 11:00 am–5:00 pm
Mon–Fri 5:00 pm–12:00 am
Sat 3:00 pm–12:00 am
Sun 3:00 pm–9:30 pm
Food was just ok. Nothing was terrible but there was at least one issue with each dish - undercooked latkes, runny consistency for the hummus. Everything is ridiculously overpriced considering the small portions are mediocre quality. The only good thing about this place is the cocktails. I’d suggest going there for drinks and skipping the food.
Great people. Great food. Convenient $5 parking at Trader Joe’s.
We had a delicious meal here for a family gathering. The food is a creative twist of deli fare and other classics with new takes on your favorite old fashioned recipes. The hummus, falafel, chicken soup, pastrami, corned beef were all wonderfully tasty and well prepared and presented. Even the chicken livers were great and I am not usually a big fan of those. They have creative cocktails, the service was very welcoming and the Pats were on so we didn't have to choose between dinner and missing theme. We will be back.
Loved the food! Service was a bit rushed
Pastrami was burnt and without flavor; corned beef was without too much flavor as well. Service was very slow even though the restaurant was not busy at all.
Have eaten here a number of times, always for the same thing-pastrami sandwich which is excellent. Other items not so good. Cole slaw needs something to spice it up-too bland. Potato salad just not to my liking-hard to say how it could be improved. Potato chips were inedible-they were very salty and very sweet.
Every time we have been there, probably 6 times, the service has been excellent with very pleasant servers.
For those who drink, there is a wide variety of drinks, with gin being their specialty.
Lack of vegetarian options
Expecting traditional deli food, and not expecting to find much I could eat as a vegetarian, I was blown away by the scrumptious and devious takes on a host of traditional dishes - and so many that I could enjoy. Creative mixes of seasonings and great visual presentations. Don't miss the whipped ricotta appetizer!
Had an amazing late night dinner! The food was delicious out server was very knowledgeable and helped us make great choices.
We arrived as a larger group and were taken care of perfectly. Food, especially the pastrami, was delicious and the drink menu featured classic and creative cocktails. Service was impeccable. We'll be back for their classes and special events!
I had high hopes for Father's, but it was not what I hoped for. The matzo ball soup had (unadvertised) curry powder in it and it was virtually inedible. My companion had it too and thought it needed salt. I thought it was just awful. The manager took it off our bill and agreed that it was "unseasoned" but I don't think that was the issue. My whitefish melt was OK but way too salty. Service was friendly, but this just wasn't what I'm looking for in either "Israeli' (which it really isn't) or Jewish Deli (which is more what it thinks it is, but it's not good Deli either) cuisine.
Food tasted great, but not very authentic. On the spectrum between "American" and "Mediterranean," this is definitely closer to "American."
Delightful food and drinks in a classic dinner with a good bar. Staff was helpful and there was nice background music. Great Rachel sandwich!
Best Israeli food in Boston! So amazing!
Our Fathers was Awesome!! Unique Israelí menu, cool drink list, nice new place, great food! LOVED the ricotta honey dip. Will definitely come back for lunch with coworkers.
We had a delicious dinner at Our Father’s—we wish we could have sampled everything! Inventive menu with many small plates—fabulous Israeli food—which were perfect for sharing. We are originally from New York so have had a pastrami sandwich or two in our time—Our Father’s was one of the best we’ve had. We ordered a bottle of wine, but noticed an impressive list of fun cocktails as well. We will absolutely be back!
Great Sunday brunch place, specializing in Israeli food. Need to go back 5-7 more time so I can get each dish I wanted on the menu. Of course, the corned beef, pastrami hash I had was so good, I could see myself ordering it 5-7 more times. And don't get me started on the Jewish deli offerings.
I was told this was a great deli. Its not a deli at all. The only thing familiar to a deli is that it has a Reuben and Rachel on the menu. I found the menu small and limiting. It states its an Israeli restaurant, but I wouldnt say that either. Falafel or Israeli salad is not on the menu and to me those would be staples. The food was ok. The meat slices were thick. I prefer the pastrami over the corned beef, but others in our party preferred the corned beef. Definitely will not be going back.
Nice space. Very small portions. Some of the dishes needed a little more “oomph” (pastrami sandwich) others were good (salmon, Israeli salad)
Une belle découverte à proximité de notre hôtel. La cuisine israélienne a été une expérience nouvelle pour nous. Nous avons goûté au Houmous et au shabat chicken : à conseiller ! Service excellent.
Went to Our Fathers for lunch. Each ordered the Israeli salad. The waitress advised us that we might want to order something additional, as the salads would be quite small. We ordered the grilled asparagus to share. The salad was very small, similar to a tapas portion, though tasty. The asparagus was also tasty. All needed some freshly baked pita to accompany, so we asked for bread. The waitress abliged and brought what was similar to a very thin tortilla with olive oil and za’tar...was also tasty. All-in-all, the food was delicious, but a little pricey for the portion size of our choices.
Absolutely terrific food and great service. Our server was able to guide us through the extensive gin list and offered suggestions that were spot on to our tastes. We ate outside, on a beautiful night, but the tables are near an exhaust fan, so keep that in mind.
I was served raw liver on hummus. (Not slightly pink, completely bloody and not cooked at all.) When we asked the kitchen, they said it was meant to be that way. If that’s the case, given that this isn’t the usual preparation for liver, it should be clearly noted on the menu.
Food was tasty but way overpriced for the amount you receive. Hummus was mediocre, coming from the perspective of a table of Israelis. Probably won’t be rushing back anytime soon.
The food was interesting and delicious. The Israeli essence made it different from other Middle Eastern Restaurants and really fun. We loved the small plates. Also, the gin and tonic and Nina Simone drinks were spectacular.
the pastrami sandwich was amazing, one of the best ever.
Also the burek was great.
The rest was so so: The hamachi crudo was strange (great concept and fresh fish, but the chunks of fisch were thick and few, and the granita was actually four cubes of flavored ice that never melted untile the plate was taken away 20 minutes later...) the steak was super bland and a bit dry, the hummus was far from the real thing, the pita bread was paper thin and dried out.
we will probably go back and order only the sandwich.
We LOVED this restaurant. Friendly welcome and servers, spotless atmosphere. The octopus was probably the best we ever had! The corned beef was delicious and the pastrami was even better! We will definitely be back and try some other things!
Delicious matzoh ball soup. Nice green tahini hummus. Small plate Israeli salad qualifies as “tiny” plate. Mushroom boureka: meh. Several dishes were salty, but the eggplant was so salty, almost to the point of inedible. We should have sent it back. Needless to say, we won’t be returning.
Having returned from a visit to Israel, we wish the food there was half as good as what we tasted Friday night. Good choice of spices, ingredients, home made bread, decent wine list
I consider it more a bar than a restaurant. We went for the hand cut pastrami. Yes, it was hand cut -- into shreds! The taste was acceptable. The shreds were not. The menu is too limited. Strange that the take-out menu is much more extensive. We could not order coleslaw or French fries with our sandwich, not that we wanted them, but they should have been on the menu. We started with matzah ball soup, understanding it was supposed to be Israeli style, but gray matzah balls? I don't think so. I think this place is only good for people sitting at the bar drinking, and enjoying a few small dishes. It's just a shame as the space is very attractive, but much too noisy for a meal.
We were a small group out on the patio for an early dinner and everything we ordered was fantastic. The ricotta dip was so good, in fact, we ordered it a second time during our meal. Very accommodating to our group, which included someone with a lot of allergies (sesame seeds, nuts) that at first glance seemed to be in a lot of menu items. They were able to modify almost all of the dishes we wanted to try and everyone was impressed with the food. Great warm pita bread with all the dips!
We really enjoyed our dinner. Everything was really delicious, and interesting. The spices were wonderful!!! We will definitely be back! Also, I never knew there were so many varieties of Gin!
Really loved the meal. The food was refined and outstanding. IT was as if we were eating in Tel Aviv at one of the better restaurants. But the small plates were VERY small. We had an Israeli salad that was literally two spoons worth.
Met with our book group and enjoyed the food and service a lot. Would happily come again.
My wife and I enjoyed our meal from beginning to end. To start, the ricotta and hummus both had vibrant flavor and exceeded any expectations we may have had. Their Gin menu is the most exhaustive I've ever seen in my modest experience so we also began our dining experience with a flight of 4 gins. The bartender and server did a great job of providing a variety of gins and explaining the progression we should drink them and the variables of all 4. From there we each ordered our own cocktails; my wife, a French 75, "the best" she's ever had. Myself, a classic gin and tonic with the Sipsmith V.J.O.P. The main courses were very good; my wife ordered the Matzo Ball Soup and I had the Falafel. The atmosphere was excellent and modern while still relaxed and invoked a local feel. Beyond the gin menu, they had a solid cocktail, beer, and wine list.
Decorated in mid century decor. A bit noisy inside ..pleasant outside . Amazing selection of gin drinks . Appetizers tasty...roast chicken quite good. Pita unusual...very thin. . Place is creative.
Had their corned beef sandwich, served on surprisingly soft and warm black bread. The ricotta and honey dip was out of this world, served with a paper like bread. Many new flavours and preparations - including a creamy humus far better than the usual fare elsewhere. The entire meal of three appetisers and two entrees were served in... get this...5 minutes! Matzo ball soup was a winner too. We’ll be back, oh yeah!
This was my second visit. The first time the food was superb. The menu is different now and we did not enjoy the food as much on this visit. The chicken was perfectly cooked, moist and tender. But the sides of cheese and hummus that accompanied it did not make for a good combo. The octopus was so salty that it was almost inedible. The eggplant small plate was ordinary. The cocktails also seemed weaker than before. This seems like one of those places that hasn't caught on and may be headed downhill.
Really quite uninteresting food, slow service, noisy. Would NOT go back.
Decided to try this spot when my partner’s vegetarian mother came into town. Really loved the food and would definitely go back. We shared the shakshuka, ricotta with honey, potato brik, and boureka. The gin drinks we had were also excellent. I ordered the house special beastie boys cocktail (gin, watermelon, lime) which was perfectly summery.