The rise of 'glocalization' means both fast-food chains and local eateries
are tapping into the taste buds of their Israeli customers.
The Knesset has cracked down on bourekas and rugelach in meetings, but while some MKs now serve only fruit and vegetables in their offices, others keep drawers full of cookies and candy bars
A tour of leading Tel Aviv restaurants with an acoustics expert produces a gloomy conclusion: In most of them, it's better just
to eat and leave the talk for elsewhere.