This bar and cafteria got its name from femme fatal Lea Abushdid, who lived here with her husband, journalist Itamar Ben-Avi. Their love story is a legend. Lea's parents wouldn't allow their marriage so Itamar had to wait for several years and even threaten to end his life – Lea was an heiress to the rich Sephardic Ashkenazi family while he was poor and times were different. Their love and eclectic junction of cultures is reflected in the menu and design created by two women who own art galleries in Europe. Velvet chairs and painted tiles make for the right atmosphere. Add generous booze, Oriental music and belly dance to feel it.