In a ceremony held in Tel Aviv, the influential restaurant guide announced its return to Israel and revealed the outstanding restaurants and chefs on the Israeli culinary scene
Goodbye Sweet Potato Latkes The End of Tel Aviv's Orna and Ella Is More Than Just a Closure of a Restaurant
The last culinary and cultural bastion on Tel Avivs Sheinkin Street, Orna and Ella caf, is closing after 25 years
It's time to branch out your brunch to lesser-known but no less worthy places to start your day
Critic Pete Wells says at Nur, which was opened in April, 'the plates have energy' and the couscous is 'the finest couscous I’ve ever eaten in a restaurant'
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.
The food at these restaurants is influenced by the surrounding markets, ethnicities and cultures – all of which make up Israel’s unique capital.
Crunchy but thin dough, with and without poppy-seeds, traditional classics and innovative new fillings - the best of the bunch.
A Facebook complaint involving Tel Aviv restaurant David and Yosef led to a very public lack of decorum.
The northern city's unique history and cultural makeup make these locations some of the best in Israel.
Roasted whole cauliflower seems to be everywhere today, but the dish's origins can be traced to an Israeli celebrity chef and a Shabbat dinner a long time ago.
Israeli restaurants that made the list - Herbert Samuel, Mul Yam, Manta Ray, and Helena - are Israeli favorites.
Baked or fried, cheap or expensive, with jam or marzipan – after eating dozens, Haaretz’s editorial staff rank the tastiest Hanukkah sufganiyot.
Master Chef judge Michal Ansky’s eatery is the latest casualty.
The BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) movement admitted that so far, none of the eight globally-acclaimed chefs scheduled for the event have agreed to cancel.
Major international bakery chain to become the second major French patisserie to open shop in Tel Aviv within a year.
Owners and managers are blaming the media for pumping up the worry meter. Either way, some say locals were more stoic during past terror waves.
Hunting down the finest sandwiches in Israel’s three big cities – Haifa, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
As local microbreweries take off in Israel, there’s now a brew suited to every palate.
With all due respect to trends and fancy restaurants, two Haaretz food critics are here to honor those who see making pizza as their calling, and not as some fad.