Lights and delights

Many restaurants and cafes are offering special deals and menus for the eight days of Hanukka.

Children eating 311 (photo credit: Dudu Azoulay)
Children eating 311
(photo credit: Dudu Azoulay)
Montefiore 7, the Tel Aviv restaurant named after its address, offers a host of latkes made from many combinations, such as spinach and ricotta cheese, onion and artichoke and crab cakes. The Moroccan delicacy for the holiday, sfinge, will be given free to each diner.Not kosher. (03) 510-0094
In Haifa, Tarantino has an eightday celebration of rissotto balls with mozzarella, served with sparkling wine for NIS 45.
Kosher. Cinemall Lev Hamifraz, (04) 840-8444
At Tapaya in Rishon Lezion, Spanish churros will be the holiday special. The dish will be a free gift to each table during Hanukka.Not kosher. 12 Moshe Becker, Rishon Lezion (03) 966-6440
The Loft in Rishon Lezion will give every child customer a NIS 40 voucher to be used there during 2012. Other surprises for kids include dreidels, chocolate coins and more.Not kosher. 15 Moshe Becker St., Rishon Lezion (03) 956-3216
A free kid’s meal will be served to every child (up to age 12) eating with two adults at Cafe Giddi in Tel Aviv. The kiddies’ menu includes pasta, pizza, egg sandwich and more.Kosher. 20A Frishman Street, Tel Aviv (03) 522-1178
Dallal in Neveh Tzedek in Tel Aviv can serve as a resting point for visitors walking around the area. During the holiday there will be more dishes on the kids’ menu, such as schnitzel, pizza, pasta and burgers. Kids will also receive coloring pages and other surprises.Not kosher. Kol Israel Haverim, (03) 510-9292
Cramim, the chef’s restaurant in the South, invites kids (and their parents) every evening to join the candle lighting and enjoy the warm homemade doughnuts. Throughout the holiday, kids will be served a free meal that includes plates heaped with latkes and mini schnitzels.Not kosher. Moshav Segula, Route 4 (08) 850- 5859