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Herzl’s Burika, Netanya Market – Shuk
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Herzl’s Burika, Netanya Market – Shuk

Herzl’s Burika, Netanya Market – Shuk

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Burika or Burik, is one a fastfood falfel competitor dish of Tunisian and Tripoli expats. This small stand has existed for more than 60 years and today is managed by Eli, the third generation, who prepares a wonderful and crackling burika “exactly according to the family’s traditional recipe”.

For many people in Brick, or Burika, depending on who you ask, it’s a matter of nostalgia: Brick stands were almost as common as falafel stands in the 70s and 80s. Today, if you want to buy a brik hot from the fryer, you can find it mainly in the Ada strongholds in Yehud, Netanya and the Carmel Market.

The brik dough is unique in the world of doughs: both thin, flexible and really, really comfortable to work with. Its preparation is a craft in which the number of practitioners is decreasing, and is mainly reserved for experienced Tunisian cooks, who know the techniques and tricks for precisely rolling out the delicate dough. For home preparation, we borrow the cigar leaves from the Moroccan kitchen – they are also flexible, thin and behave excellently in frying. You can find them in the frozen dough section of the supermarket, next to the Malawach.

Eli fills the thin burik sheet, made on site, with egg and potatoes and deep-fries everything together. If all this goodness is not enough padding for you, he will put the fried burek in a pita for you to protect your clothes from the runny egg yolk. You can add spicy, tahini, salad and chershi (pumpkin salad) to this perfect dish, and most importantly – you can buy Burik leaves for home.

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Brut wine bar, Tel Aviv

Brut wine bar, Tel Aviv

If you're looking for a truly unique dining experience, look no further than Brut. This restaurant's cuisine is inspired by the classic French and Italian kitchens, but with a Middle Eastern twist. You'll find ingredients like lamb and yogurt from Nazareth, fruit and vegetables from Hebron, and spices from Tel Aviv's Levinsky Market. The menu features both classic dishes and seasonal creations, often invented the same day they're served. And the wine list is a love letter to all things French and Italian, with a focus on small-scale producers and Israeli wineries. Brut is an ongoing celebration of local terroir, and you won't find anything else quite like it. Brut is small, deeply personal wine bistro in Tel Aviv, founded by yair yosefi and omer ben gal. Brut's cuisine is inspired by Yair and Omer's shared love of the classic French and Italian kitchens, while remaining steadfastly rooted in local Middle Eastern tradition. The ingredients used in Brut are sourced from the Levant, including lamb and yogurt from Nazareth, fruit and vegetables from Hebron, and spices from Tel Aviv's Levinsky Market. There is a stable of classic dishes as well as an ever-changing selection of seasonal dishes, often created the very same day. In a similar way, Brut's extensive wine list is a love letter to all things French and Italian while also highlighting Israel's emerging winemakers. They also work with Israeli wineries on blends that are grown and bottled exclusively for Brut, which are imported from small-scale producers in Bourgogne and Piedmont. Local terroir is celebrated and examined in Brut. Along with the physical land and its raw materials, this also includes the culture, communities, and yes, even conflicts that have influenced the land's character." +972-35102923 ​ ADDRESS: NAHALAT BINYAMIN 36 TEL AVIV, ISRAEL HOURS: TUESDAY - FRIDAY 7 PM – 12 AM

Agadir restaurants Israel

Agadir restaurants Israel

Agadir is a great place to go for an amazing burger. The burgers here are some of the best in Israel, and they're definitely worth trying. The atmosphere is casual and relaxed, and the service is great. There are also other great dishes on the menu, so you're sure to find something you'll love. The Dead Sea Ein Bokek, Dead Sea Haifa David Pinsky 6, Haifa Drorim Mall Drorim Mall, Bnei Dror Hod Hasharon 51 Ramataim Road, Hod Hasharon Herzliya Manofif 9, Herzliya Bnei Brak (kosher) Masada 7, Besar 4, Bnei Brak Tel Aviv port Exhibition 3, Tel Aviv Port Tel Aviv Nachalat Binyamin 2, Tel Aviv Petah Tiqwa 30 Shaham, Petah Tikva Rishon Lezion Lazarov 33, Rishon LeZion Billo Center Bilo Center, Kiryat Ekron Jerusalem (Kosher) 10 Yitzhak Rabin Boulevard, Jerusalem Beer Sheva 2 Ben Gurion St., Sports Center, Beer Sheva University Eilat Kamen 10, Eilat Ra'anana Weizman 273, Ra'anana

Bastory chef's restaurant and bar, Be'er Sheva

Bastory chef's restaurant and bar, Be'er Sheva

Bastory chef's restaurant and bar is an amazing place to dine and drink, they offer original takes on popular dishes, well made and great taste, it is a small chef's bar with 27 seats around an open kitchen where all the magic happens. Bastosy's team is small but a happy one with happy faces all the time, the place is lively and energetic, great food and cocktails. A true desert oasis. Address 18 Chaim Yahil, Be'er Sheva

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