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Rashel: A Memorable Moroccan Fusion Dining Experience in Tel Aviv
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Rashel: A Memorable Moroccan Fusion Dining Experience in Tel Aviv

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Address: 3 Yosef Yakuthiali, Hangar 27 Tel Aviv Port

Phone: 077-8041545

As an American tourist visiting Tel Aviv, I had the pleasure of dining at Rashel, a Moroccan restaurant and lounge bar located in the port of Tel Aviv. The restaurant offers a Mediterranean fusion menu and is strictly kosher.

From the moment I stepped inside, I was immediately transported to another world. The restaurant’s decor was beautiful, with bright colors and intricate patterns, and the atmosphere was lively and welcoming.

The menu at Rashel was extensive and offered a variety of dishes that blended traditional Moroccan flavors with modern Mediterranean cuisine. The chef clearly takes pride in using the best and freshest ingredients available, and it showed in the taste and presentation of each dish.

I started with the kitchen jam and carpaccio, which were both delicious and full of flavor. For my main course, I tried the grilled sea bass and was blown away by the delicate and perfectly cooked fish, which was accompanied by a flavorful side of beets.

The dessert menu at Rashel was equally impressive, and I indulged in the millefeuille Louisa and lemon, which was a perfect ending to my meal.

Overall, my experience at Rashel was exceptional. The food was delicious, the atmosphere was vibrant, and the service was attentive and friendly. I would highly recommend Rashel to anyone looking for a unique and memorable dining experience in Tel Aviv.

The OCD Tel Aviv, a very exciting restaurant

The OCD Tel Aviv, a very exciting restaurant

The OCD Tel Aviv restaurant serves a closed menu (tasting meal) served to all diners at the same time. The seating is around a bar in front of the open kitchen so guests can watch all the work of the kitchen staff. The menu changes from time to time, built by chef Raz Rahav and influenced by culture, ingredients, history and local insolence, taking into account the availability of ingredients and the season, influences from the world and memories. We haven't yet had the chance to go there, but we hear the hype from all around us... send us some pictures. Since the meal requires a fixed menu, the diner will not be presented with one when he arrives. Join other diners in experimenting with new flavors and ingredients by coming with an open mind. Moreover, in addition to the closed menu, we offer vegetarian, kosher, vegan, and more, all according to the displayed menus. You will not be able to change the menu during the meal, so please mention it when ordering. We havn't yet had the chance to go there, but we hear the hype from all around us... send us some pictures. Address: 17 Tartza Street, Tel Aviv-Jaffa Phone: 03-556-6774

Kampai Beer Sheva - Fusion Asian restaurant in Israel

Kampai Beer Sheva - Fusion Asian restaurant in Israel

It has been over eight years since Kampai Beer Sheva has become Beer Sheva's leading bar-restaurant. The word "Campai" means life in Japanese and stands out among all the Asian restaurants in Israel. In addition to Japanese sushi, wok dishes and grilled meats from Far East countries, Kampai specializes in Asian cuisine. Also, Kampai Beer Sheva's spacious bar offers a wide selection of wines, beers, and alcoholic beverages, including unique cocktails created by friendly and skilled bartenders. There are many entertainment options available at Kampai Restaurant, including romantic meals at the bar or around the table, unforgettable events in a private room or, if you prefer, you may order a delicious meal delivered to you at home. Do you have a celebration at home? We will send you a tray with a variety of delicious and unusual sushi that will make your guests want to come again... There are no flavor enhancers or preservatives in Kampai's menu, which combines authentic cuisine with culinary fusion. In an open kitchen, the dishes are prepared right in front of the customer, and the cooks ensure the raw materials are cooked at a high temperature for a short period of time, preserving their nutritional value and qualities. Whether you prefer rice noodles or rice, or tofu in place of chicken or meat, Kampai Restaurant provides large, indulgent dishes at a reasonable cost. Phone: 08-6655999 Heil Handasa St 1, Be'er Sheva

From Fast Food to Croissant Shawarma: A Comparison from an American Tourist's Perspective

From Fast Food to Croissant Shawarma: A Comparison from an American Tourist's Perspective

As an American tourist, I couldn't resist trying out the latest food craze in Haifa, Israel - the croissant shawarma. As a lover of fast food back home, I was intrigued by this unique combination of French pastry and Middle Eastern street food. My adventure took me to the Hazan restaurant in Haifa thanks to the help of a local friend. The moment I walked in, I felt like an outsider as the regulars gave me a curious look. But I was determined to try this new dish that everyone was talking about. The process of ordering and preparing the croissant shawarma was simple yet interesting. The workers sliced the shawarma on the spot, and I was handed a plate with paper on it to make my own croissant sandwich. The croissant was sliced in half and stuffed with a generous amount of veal shawarma, which was excellent in taste and quality. The croissant itself was slightly sweet, and the cabbage salad added a nice sour crunch. I also added some pickled vegetables from the salad bar to complete my meal. One thing that struck me was the affordability of this dish. It only cost me 30 shekels, which is equivalent to about $9 USD. In comparison, a fast food meal in the US would cost me around $10-$15, and it would not be as fresh or healthy as this croissant shawarma. As I enjoyed my meal, I couldn't help but draw comparisons to American fast food. While both cultures have their own unique fast food offerings, there is a significant difference in the quality and freshness of the ingredients. In Israel, the emphasis is on using fresh and healthy ingredients, and this is evident in the croissant shawarma dish that I had. In conclusion, I would highly recommend trying out the croissant shawarma if you ever find yourself in Haifa, Israel. It's a simple yet delicious combination that satisfies your taste buds and wallet. As an American tourist, it was refreshing to see the emphasis on fresh and healthy ingredients in fast food, and it's something that I hope catches on back home.

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