A child, Chef Ohad was introduced to the kitchen by his grandfather Tzion, one of the founders of Eilat and known for establishing the famous "Tzion Beach" in the city. Cooking for him became a passion, as he peeled potatoes and helped the cooks. Having begun his professional career at the age of 16 in faraway Nahariya, Ohad was also a prize-winning sailor. His career began shortly after he left the army, with a stint as a cook at the legendary "Herbert Samuel", which led to his involvement in the leading restaurants of the country, including "Catit", "Social Club", "Oratorio" and "Cicchetti", in which he was also a co owner. He relocated to the southern Arava from Tel Aviv and today resides with his family in Be'er Ora. While participating in Channel 13's "Israel's First Restaurant" and making it to the semi-finals, he ultimately decided to retire and concentrate on opening his own restaurant in Israel's southernmost city.