Chanchal Banga alongside his exhibition at the Artist’s House gallery in north Tel Aviv, which examined a very Indian animal – monkeys.
(photo credit: VARDA CARMELI)
Finding authentic Indian cuisine in Israel is like searching for the Holy Grail: unlikely. Considering the thousands of Israelis who travel to the East in search of relaxation, enlightenment and/or other delights, it is surprising that, for the most part, the few Indian restaurants in Israel serve up a pale representation of this vibrant cuisine. They tend to be managed by Israelis who are afraid of or lack sufficient knowledge about spices and focus mainly on malai kofta, a North Indian vegetarian curry dish revered by Israelis above all others.There is, however, an Indian man in Jaffa who makes the most delicious and traditional food in his own home.
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