Knafeh, Syrian Ice Cream and Free-flowing Beer: most residents of Jordan are religious – but the capital city follows its own rules
'I think people are a little tired of Italian and generic Mediterranean food, but authentic Asian cuisine is something that is lacking, especially here,' said one of the owners
Sultana uses 'forest mushrooms that have a texture reminiscent of chicken' and promises to be 'the original shawarma experience, only 100 percent vegan'
Israel has become an ice cream powerhouse and these are the small places that we warmly recommend
The new Paris iteration of Shani's 'Miznon' joins its relative in Le Marais, a historic district and heart of the city’s Jewish quarter. Both branches are located in what have become hubs of Parisian nightlife
The Israelis call it iced coffee, Starbucks calls it a Frappuccino and still others call it a blended ice coffee. Our critic keeps it simple, calling these five coffee chains’ versions of the icy summer drink delicious
While some chefs argue that bacon produced from lamb belly bears no comparison to the original, others say it is a valid local variation catering for observant diners. Rival charcutiers chew the fat
Consumers are bringing home the bacon: Zepra will pay $700,000 in free food for diners over the course of four months
Even before its recent opening, the R&R Diner faced threats from ultra-Orthodox Jews. But after vandals smashed a window and dismantled a fan, chef Reut Cohen says it's time to fight back
After three years of success with his fine-dining restaurant at The Norman, chef Barak Aharoni decided to change the name, the menu and the vibe, creating a new chef restaurant. So why does he think 'Michelin is so passé'?
After three years running The Norman’s fine-dining brasserie, Barak Aharoni is rebranding it as a chef’s restaurant that draws from local dishes and ingredients
Chef Uri Scheft and restaurateur Gadi Peleg are embroiled in a bitter dispute including but not limited to recipe quality control, failure to deliver payments and even physical violence
More restaurateurs are getting the guts to fight the corruption behind kashrut supervisors’ salaries
At this year’s Round Tables festival, not only fine dining but also more casual cuisine will be featured – not to mention a farm-to-table twist
Jerusalem Restaurant: Rabbinate Charging More for Kashrut Certification Due to Russian, Ethiopian Workers
Owner of 'Halita'tea' teahouse says Rabbinate acted at best without just cause and at worst out of racism or bigotry
Nine places around the country — mainly in Tel Aviv, but also in the north and Jerusalem — to enjoy the best of summer
Opened in the Carmel Market, Green Wave market envisions 'safe space' for vegan community
Angry social media backlash and calls for a boycott followed the sale of Ramallah-made brew at a pub in Haifa. But the owners remain steadfast.
From the oldest institutions to the youngest, hippest places to sip on coffee in the capital.
The food at these restaurants is influenced by the surrounding markets, ethnicities and cultures – all of which make up Israel’s unique capital.
Rinat and Alice Moyal, the team behind Rina & Alice, talk about being two young women, who are married to each other and run a non-kosher eatery in the Holy City.
As the mercury rises, frozen coffee becomes the beverage of choice for many Israelis. We sample six café chains’ super-cool offerings.
The new restaurant from the Machneyuda group will pull its influences from North Africa through the Levant, according to chef Assaf Granit.
Jamal Halasa of Jerusalem wants to make sure Jews can get their Old City hummus fix, even when they’re scared to go out.
Pumpkin and pie spices star in these drinks that are sure to impress.
The country’s first vegan cooking school and vegan ice cream parlor join the myriad options available for vegans in the first Hebrew city.
The Soho-sited Palomar won praise for going the ‘extra mile’ for service and ambiance, as well as its Middle Eastern food.
It's worthwhile, even in the cold, to venture out to these seven Israeli restaurants, whose offerings transcend the usual organic, vegetarian or calorie-counters' offerings we know.
Meet five residents of the city who take the chill out of winter with their own wines, brews and other intoxicating booze.
A new concept in hummus and the tastiest basbusa around are only some of the tasty surprises awaiting you.