'Yalla Vermont' is what happens when an Israeli ends up in Brattleboro. The vegetarian restaurant is attracting New Englanders in droves with its organic hummus and plump pita
A nation situated in the Middle East and on the Mediterranean, Israeli food is made up of cuisine brought to the country by Jewish immigration from all corners of the world as well as custom Middle Eastern cuisine.
Israeli food is generally classified as either Askenazi (European) food - traditional European Jewish meals from Hungary and Poland - or Sephardic (Eastern) - foods rich in spices and flavors, reflecting the cuisine from their countries of origin. Each group has contributed greatly to the evolution of Israeli food. The Arab population of Israel has also contributed to the identity of Israeli food with its North African and Middle Eastern foods like Humus and Falafel.
Israel’s cosmopolitan make up has provided Israeli food with a variety of flavors and choices. Many food establishments in Israel adhere to kosher dietary laws and keep dairy separate from meat; however, food in Israel is not always subjected to these laws. Over the last years Israel has become somewhat of a culinary capital, boasting several high class boutique restaurants in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and more, which serve a fusion of typical Israeli food and flavors from around the world
Wolt came to Israel at the end of 2018 and has set off a dining revolution that restaurateurs can’t afford to resist
Despite relatively high prices, Nordinyo is the eatery of the moment
The man behind Michaeli Bakery already started a craze by putting a new twist on a classic European cake. But can the veteran baker behind the new venture make it last?
Decision follows complaints by Arabs who gather hyssop for za'atar and Greek sage
Bshara Hinnawi proves our palates can still learn a thing of two about grilled meats
They’ve survived all the trends, kept their names, and branding isn’t their thing. Five veteran drinking holes that will leave you happy and pleasantly inebriated
The Health Ministry is planning to extend controversial red label reforms from packaged foods and drinks to big restaurants and cafe chains
A longtime fan of cold soups, I serve them often, joining a long and delicious Jewish warm-weather tradition
Happy hours, discounts and good vibes: Raise a glass to these establishments for keeping the cost down in the pricey city that is Tel Aviv
Think the air up north is fresher? Save yourself a trip and take a stroll on the streets of Tel Aviv: There are true gems of nature to discover
A very special feeling in your mouth: Since when has risking tapeworm infection been irresistibly alluring?
Located in a boutique hotel on Rothschild Boulevard, Fontana offers light pre-dinner drinks and snacks – the Israeli version of an Italian tradition
With an organic community farm, the first of its kind among Israel’s Arabs, Amir Ounallah wants to feed the people of the valley again
Israeli researchers managed in a rare research to make beer from the ancient cells, inspiring us to give them another form of life
Get ready for the holiday with the ultimate recipes for everyone's favorite Shavuot dessert
Born in the bastion of U.S. barbecue culture, Britney Monique Moore makes vegan burgers that will satisfy avowed carnivores
Much more than hummus, watermelon with salty cheese, and beer – a new waterfront complex offers a variety of eating options, including creative Asian cuisine and cocktails at decent prices
Think making it from scratch is too much work? Think again
Raj Mahal, an Indian workers’ restaurant, is in the heart of Tel Aviv’s sooty garage area, but the one-man show offers one thing you can’t find anywhere else
Hakatzav Hayarok, Tel Aviv's newest vegan restaurant, offers the classic American diner experience and aims to recreate the experience of eating meat as much as possible
Exposing the guts of Israeli society through its cuisine
Drinks at bars in Tel Aviv are expensive - on par with New York City or London - and Israelis aren’t big drinkers themselves, but the bar culture is still thriving
Zahav, run by Michael Solomonov keeps garnering honors, this time from the James Beard Foundation
Israeli restaurants, chefs and cookbooks are making it big in the U.S. For the home cook, products that Israelis know from their supermarkets were hard to come by, but this is all changing – a guide
Where to eat in Tel Aviv: These best restaurants, bars, stands and markets will ensure that a stay in the city encompasses the full gamut of culinary experiences
There’s nothing like a long leisurely brunch, accompanied by a cocktail or two, to make for a great weekend
For the past three years, Batshon has been one of Tel Aviv's more popular options for purchasing fresh fish and seafood. Their new location on Carlebach Street features a very important upgrade
As this year's seder nears, here are some local wines that will make your holiday, all for less than 100 shekels
Locals are flocking to the Bread Boutique and Café in a nondescript shopping center in Tenafly, New Jersey. And not just for the fresh challah and chocolate rugelach