Israel Foodie Roundup – April 2018

Israel Foodie Roundup – April 2018

I started a new job last month so I have not had as much time as usual to blog, but between Pesach and work events, I have still managed to eat some great meals. To see more photos from my culinary adventures, follow me on Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bh2Cd_PBZGA/?taken-by=debbestisrael Kosher Sushi Kebab – east meets west in [...]

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Israel Foodie Roundup – March 2018

Israel Foodie Roundup – March 2018

Out with the old and in with the new. While it is sad that some of my all-time favorites have recently closed, Roberg on Moshav Livnim and Café de Paris in Jerusalem, there are also some exciting new openings.  The trend for places becoming kosher continues. Wishing everyone חג פסח שמח Kosher The biggest news [...]

Israel Foodie Roundup – January 2018

Israel Foodie Roundup – January 2018

January has been a pretty wet and miserable month, which often prompts people to stay at home in the warmth, rather than eating out, but there are some exciting developments in the Israeli culinary scene this month. JERUSALEM Scala (Kosher) at The David Citadel Hotel has re-opened after many years of closure.  The original restaurant was [...]

Dining in Sarona

Dining in Sarona

Sarona Market has many great places to grab a quick bite (more information here) but Sarona complex also has some great restaurant options for a more relaxed lunch or dinner.  Here is my list of best restaurants in Sarona. Claro Probably one of the best restaurants in Tel Aviv right now, Claro combines fresh and [...]

Quick Bites in Sarona Market

Quick Bites in Sarona Market

Updated June 2019 The great thing about Sarona Market is that you have the choice of so many tasty places under one roof.  Even if you cannot all agree on what you want to eat, each person can get what they want and sit on the shared tables in the middle. If you are just [...]

Kosher Sarona

Kosher Sarona

Updated June 2019 People are always asking about kosher food in Sarona, especially because there is a high-turnover of restaurants and shops in Sarona, so it is hard to keep track. Many of the kosher places that were there when they first opened, no longer exist and others have tried and failed.  I will try to [...]