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Want Steak? Visit Tibi's, near the Sea of Galilee

For carnivores, Tibi’s Steakhouse is well worth a trip to northern Israel

By BUZZY GORDON
11/06/2021

Sefora: Kosher sushi with a view

Several years ago, the owner decided to open a sushi bar carved out of a section of the restaurant. He named it Sefora after his late wife.

By BUZZY GORDON
03/06/2021

HaRoeh Bacafe: Rustic dining in a beautiful setting

Perusing the English menu (which as far as I could see was devoid of English-language howlers, rare in Israel), I decided to let my hair down and order a cocktail (NIS 25).

Mateh Yehuda Food Festival connects history and food

Back in the year 2000 in the Mateh Yehuda region, a group of experienced amateur women chefs joined forces and began opening up their homes (and kitchens) to travelers.

By MEITAL SHARABI
03/06/2021

Meat pies: Justin's Pies are thin on crust, big on meat

Meat pies are the quintessential complete food. You eat a meat pie and you are eating a balanced meal of protein, carbohydrate and vegetables in one neat and tasty package.

The Cantinho do Avillez restaurant in Porto, Portugal following vandalism attributed to BDS activist

Restaurants in Portland vandalized with 'free Palestine' graffiti

Ironically, neither of the restaurants vandalized considers itself exclusively Israeli.

Wines and more: Tishbi does takeaway

he veteran establishment is still run by the same family as the original pioneers who started the business more than a century ago.

Rosemarine take-out is as enticing as ever

Rosemarine take-out is as enticing as ever

The veteran fish and meat restaurant Rosemarine on Netanya’s boardwalk has switched effortlessly to take-away

World’s first lab-grown meat restaurant opens near Tel Aviv

“The burger has a juicy chicken flavor, crispy on the outside and tender on the inside,” SuperMeat CEO Ido Savir said.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
20/11/2020

Kubbeh just like Grandma’s

I used to buy frozen kubbeh, and my husband made a chicken-based broth with tomato paste and some lemon juice, and that was my family’s kubbeh soup for many years. Until last week.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
19/11/2020
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