Our round up of some top Jerusalem Kosher restaurants
The influence of immigrant flavors goes beyond the expected. In Tel Aviv's Central Bus Station area and the surrounding neighborhood Neve Shaanan, Chinese, Ethiopian, Filipino, Indian flavors all mix in a small area that is worth a visit.
If, like us, you can’t get enough of the Yom Tov Deli, you’re in for a treat — they have expanded! Their signature sandwiches made with a variety of fresh rolls, stuffed with their deli delights and wide selection of cheeses, fishes and meats have proven to be such a hit with the locals, that the Yom Tov team have opened a new sandwich bar, just up the road at Levinsky 31.
While Tel Aviv has taken the reigns as Israel's culinary capital, Jerusalem isn't far behind. Here are a few of our top recommendations for Jerusalem
Yudele - the across-the-street brother of the famous Machaneyehuda Restaurant, this is a bit more casual and less committal than the restaurant. The menu is similar and you can also ask to order dishes from the restaurant that may not be on the menu.
Shuk Rothschild Allenby is the newest kid on the block. Hot on the heels of the influx of ‘posh markets’ (we’re looking at you, Sarona and Shuk Hatzafon), that have popped up in Tel Aviv in recent years, Shuk Rothschild Allenby (Shuk RA? Shuk Meier? We still aren't certain what its nickname will be, it isn't exactly a Shuk after all) boasts a similarly sophisticated vibe. No shouting vendors, no piles of produce, and no feasting street cats to be found, but calm, orderly food stands with decent bathrooms to boot.
Where to buy your basics/groceries in the Carmel Market (Shuk HaCarmel) in Tel Aviv.