Collapse of pricey restaurants led to dozens of new hamburger eateries sprouting up in 2016, now comprising 12 percent of all restaurants in Israel.
One is in Paris, two in the U.S. and five in Israel: Tzfon Abraxas in Tel Aviv, Machneyuda and Studio Arkadia in Jerusalem, Elbabor in Umm al-Fahm and Muscat in Rosh Pina.
Diners who were until recently prisoners to poor food at high prices now have the offerings of no few chefs in Israel.
Hany Baransi has owned and operated Nazareth Restaurant & Deli for 27 years in Columbus, but expenses related to the attack have forced him to declare bankruptcy.
Israel's absence from the internationally renowned guide's index of countries have become especially curious after years of acclaim for the country's eclectic and adventurous food culture.
At Timna, chef Nir Mesika surprises diners with unexpected combinations of flavors, textures and ingredients, serving Israeli dishes with a twist.
Knesset committee to weigh in on law calling for grocery stores, malls to close, and making it a civil offense to stipulate Saturday openings in contracts.
Justices say restaurants cannot call themselves ‘kosher’ without Chief Rabbinate’s seal.
Tel Aviv's City Hall wants to invite you to a cocktail party tonight. And if you can't make it, try these creative recipes by Israeli chefs perfectly suited to the spirit of summer.
Al-Fakher owner urges everyone to set prejudices aside and come sample some authentic Arab food.