Israeli Food Culture
Israel has become an internationally recognized country for its cuisine and world-renowned chefs. Tel Aviv is now atop the world as a must visit city for foodies. Wherever you go in Tel Aviv it is filled with an exceptional abundance of conventional and unconventional choices of restaurants. From its quality street food most notably its falafel, shawarma, and sabich (eggplan pita sandwich) to high quality gourmet places ranging from Indian, Japanese, Thai, French and Italian influences.
Jerusalem’s Machne Yehuda market offers a delightful experience where you can enjoy quality food of all cuisine from fast food to gourmet dishes. When you walk through this market the scent of the spices or bakeries producing mouth watering delights will leave you wanting more.
Furthermore, due to the cosmopolitan composition of its population, cuisine in Israel is equally varied and restaurants may be found offering delicacies from all over the world. Based on traditional Jewish dietary law, Kosher cuisine, or “Kashrut”, is observed in almost all hotels and many restaurants.
For more information on where to eat, reviews about Tel Aviv and Jerusalem restaurants feel free to check out www.telaveat.com