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Sweet Dallal

Sweet Dallal

  Matan Talmon accompanied his princess on a fairy-tale through an entire meal of Dallal’s desserts and, in the process, discovered a splendid choice of dessert wines  

 

By: Matan Talmor

Pasha: where the pleasure is all-included

Pasha: where the pleasure is all-included

  Roi Malka and his new roommate spent an evening in Istanbul at Pasha – Tel Aviv’s most authentically Turkish restaurant – which captured their hearts

 

By: Roi malka

Meat 206 … and a good reason

Meat 206 … and a good reason

  Just before a good friend of Shaul Bokmos entered the institution of marriage, the two guys visited a veteran institution, that never disappointed them – Meat 206 – I hereby declare you man and wife…    

 

By: Shaul Bokmos

Seatara – the Winner

Seatara – the Winner

  Oded Pashtetzky visited Sitara-land and his joy knew no bounds  

 

By: Oded Pashtetzky

Dinner with the Seinfelds

Dinner with the Seinfelds

Daniela Regev won't go to her parents for the holidays, so she adopted Morty and Helen, an alternative set of parents who understands that the main ingredient of a family meal should be alcohol, and lots of it

By Daniela Regev

Long live the Quinoa

Long live the Quinoa

Gil Hovav jumped head first to the organic menu of Biala, and found it tasty, original and without vegetarian self-righteousness. The problem was with everything around it.

By Gil Hovav

Honoring the Turks

Honoring the Turks

Not much is left of the Ottoman culture in Israel, mostly architecture ruins and a culinary heritage. Eyal Drori and his exiled friend went to Pasha in Tel Aviv and saw there was still a lot of honor in being a Turk.

By Eyal Drori

Around the world with Mika Sharon

Around the world with Mika Sharon

Eyal Drori searched for a hint of the fusion that characterized the late 'Mika' at 'Libra' in Ben Yehuda. Instead he discovered an eclectic menu, which left him a bit disoriented.

By Eyal Drori

Food is a matter of Geo(r)gr(i)aphy

Food is a matter of Geo(r)gr(i)aphy

Yuri Klein thought of converting his ethnicity after a visit to Nanuchka, where he learned new eating techniques, found cover versions for familiar dishes, wondered where the kibbe originated and eventually made a narrow escape. A Georgian travel log.

By Yuri Klein

Lucky T-Bone

Lucky T-Bone

Ayelet Triast, a true carnivore, went to NG to check out the new lambs on the block. Like a true huntress, she bravely dealt with meat, but even with some herbs and had a few insights to share.

By Ayelet Triast

Heart of Eggplant

Heart of Eggplant

The heart of eggplant served by chef Golan Garfunkel shows the greatness of Dallal – even when it has been done before, it's still unbelievably delicious. Ayelet Triast talks about the new menu of the Neve Tzedek cover girl

By Ayelet Triast

Top Gun

Top Gun

Gil Hovav visited a secretive bistro in a backyard in Yehud, where he found Ester, a restaurant that serves airplane food. And here's the twist: it's one of the best and cheapest restaurants in the Gush Dan area

By Gil Hovav

Fat is all around us

Fat is all around us

Sagi Amit and his redheaded spouse sacrificed their own blood vessels for a visit to Little Prague at Herzliya Pituah. They found an authentic Czech corner with a magical atmosphere, huge portions and an abundance of cholesterol.

By Sagi Amit

Tasty Days

Tasty Days

Gourmet week, the leading culinary festival in Israel is celebrating a decade of gourmet meals and will take place through August 24th – September 2nd.
Israel's best restaurants invite the public to enjoy a full and worthwhile meal at the price of only 89 NIS.

By Team rest

Nostalgic and Wonderful

Nostalgic and Wonderful

David Rozenthal fondly remembers 80's soccer and he's really happy when it comes with good Bulgarian food. Sofia has moved to Tel Aviv, but is still charming.

By David Rozenthal

Meet your new Grill-man

Meet your new Grill-man

Surprisingly, Makon Shel Basar does offer the world, if you like your meat well done. Tzvika Fisher, a carnivore and ex-grill-man, went to check it out.

By Tzvika Fisher

Gourmet Market

Gourmet Market

Might as well call it Tzahku. After building up expectations from a promising culinary combination, Yael Tzelnik comes to Tzahku at Mahane Yehuda Market and falls in love with the chestnut gnocchi.  

By Yael Tzelnik

Anyone for a Turkish Delight ?

Anyone for a Turkish Delight ?

Israelis aren't moved by stuffed vegetables with exotic names, so Yuri Klein took an American tourist to Pasha – and she was impressed. 

By Yuri Klein

Open up for La Boca

Open up for La Boca

Years of "industrial espionage" in South America have made La Boca, the kosher Latino place, a Jerusalem institution. Good Tortillas, wonderful tuna ceviche and mountains of meat have convinced us of that. 

By David Rozenthal

The dream

The dream

Ayelet Triast has spent her adult life trying to be on the famous show by Chef Haim Cohen. A visit to Deca brings her as close as possible to the dream.

By Ayelet Triast

The Crown of Creation

The Crown of Creation

Ayelet Triast fell in love with the aesthetics of the Bariba healthy courses, and found the reality is tastier than the pictures – tasty and healthy.

By Ayelet Triast

Like Warm Focaccia to Homemade Hummus

Like Warm Focaccia to Homemade Hummus

That's how Bruno fits Michal Nisenzon, who tried the rich menu (appetizers, hot pans with fine meats, Mediterranean desserts and more) and found the kosher restaurant now open on weekends as well.

By Michal Nisenzon

A Safe Harbor

A Safe Harbor

The unstable weather smelled fishy to Merav Yazersky, so she was looking for a safe harbor. A meeting with Benny Hadayag at Begin Road, an island of stability in stormy waters, restored her peace of mind and Omega 3 reserves.

By Merav Yazersky

My Kingdom for a Crumb Knife

My Kingdom for a Crumb Knife

Who knew all it takes to win over David Rozenthal's carnivore heart is a crumb knife? A visit to ORO, the North African kosher gourmet restaurant at Moshav Galia has made him a faithful costumer of the place.

By David Rozenthal

Happy Luxurious Smiles

Happy Luxurious Smiles

Ron Rozen decided to pretend to be an oligarch and taste the good life. He was aided by the mysterious K and the hot French Aubergine, which showered him with culinary pearls from way up high.

By Ron Rozen

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