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Beirut Nights: Good, plentiful food in Kfar Saba - review

Invited to sample the business lunch, we sat down at one of the outdoor tables and began to enjoy the almost Parisian vibe of the place.

Ca Phe Hanoi: Like visiting Vietnam in Tel Aviv - review

“The concept is Vietnamese food that is super-energetic,” said chef Idan Peretz. “We want the vibe of the market of Vietnam combined with the taste of Mediterranean cuisine.”

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
28/04/2022

Goodness: Vegan burgers and eggs while breaking no rules - review

If vegan appeals to you, Goodness offers some really creative options.

Kamakura: Japanese food in Ramat Gan, Israel - review

Curious to taste authentic Japanese and kosher food, we arrived at the Indigo hotel to a warm welcome from the staff and owners one evening recently.

Ruhan: A ticking flavor time bomb - review

The restaurant will be open and kosher for Passover, but will then start opening on Friday nights, meaning it will no longer have a kashrut certificate.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
14/04/2022

Russ & Daughters’ kosher outpost at the Jewish Museum won’t return

After five successful years at the Jewish Museum, Russ & Daughters is refocusing on its core business.

By PHILISSA CRAMER/JTA
13/04/2022

Hatzot: A venerable Mahaneh Yehuda institution - review

Hatzot is not the oldest restaurant in the vicinity of Jerusalem’s famed Mahaneh Yehuda market, but it comes close.

Maree Sky Lounge: A welcome addition to Netanya's culinary scene - review

The decor of Maree is striking, with an open kitchen surrounded on all sides by the diners, who can follow the progress of their meal being prepared.

Nino: Great food, but service needs work - review

While the food is very good, the service needs some work. The waitresses were inexperienced and didn’t know the menu or how to serve professionally.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
24/03/2022

Beit Melchett: Returning for lunch, leaving with good memories - review

It was a cold blustery day when we arrived at the restaurant which is situated in a glass-sided extension near the historic home of the noble British family which settled there in the thirties.

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