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The Portuguese diner, Bitan Aharon
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The Portuguese diner, Bitan Aharon

The Portuguese diner, Bitan Aharon

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When you cross Israel from south to north or visiting the Sharon area (Netanya and it’s vicinity), you can stop and satisfy your hunger at the Portugese. you are invited to enjoy a delicious smoked meat meal, amazing sandwiches, dreamy wings, legendary chicken and many other dishes for the whole family at prices that suit every family.

The Portuguese. Bitan Aharon. 09-9531549
Opening Hours:
Sunday-Thursday between 11:30 and 22:00
Friday between 11:00 and 16:00
Saturday is closed

Rise and Dine: A Delicious Breakfast Experience at the Backstage Hotel

Rise and Dine: A Delicious Breakfast Experience at the Backstage Hotel

Backstage Cafe's brunch in the Backstage boutique hotel is an immersive, surprising and stimulating experience. The place offers a varied and elegant buffet of breads, pastries and drinks; a tray overflowing with various salads, cheeses and fish; And when ordering at the table, guests are invited to choose a personal hot dish such as a fried egg on salty French toast and Gouda, bread pudding with egg salad and tarragon, caramel pancakes, bananas, whipped cream and pine nuts and more. The Backstage Cafe, located within the historic "Ohel" theater hall, boasts a beautifully renovated and meticulously designed space that creates a unique and stunning atmosphere. The walls of the cafe and central atrium are adorned with play posters, lending the feeling that the theater is still alive with the sound of applause. The cafe's interior takes inspiration from the backstage of the theater and features a central space filled with natural light that pours in through a glass ceiling, providing guests with a colorful, eclectic, and beautiful experience.  

Little Brazil Restaurant: An Authentic Meat Experience in Eilat

Little Brazil Restaurant: An Authentic Meat Experience in Eilat

Little Brazil Restaurant in Eilat is a must-visit for meat lovers. The small and intimate restaurant boasts a warm Brazilian atmosphere, with the smell of meat and the sound of jazz and bossa nova music filling the air. The restaurant is designed like a cozy Brazilian house, with each room painted in earth and sea colors and adorned with memories and stories behind them. Little Brazil has been named one of the top ten meat restaurants in Israel by the Food and Wine Channel (YNET). The restaurant prides itself on its treatment and grilling of meats, ensuring quality, freshness, and taste. The menu has recently been updated and now offers a butcher's menu with a wide selection of local and aged steaks, including entrecote, wrap steak, sirloin, beef fillet, asado, picanha, and a variety of special cuts on the bone, such as Newark, tomahawk, prime rib, lamb chops, and porterhouse. Vegetarians need not worry as there are also several starter options available, such as homemade bread, sautéed mushrooms, tahina eggplant, green salad, Caesar salad, foie gras, chorizos, carpaccio, veal almonds, and pejuada with smoked meat. For dessert, the restaurant offers a selection of homemade treats, including churros served with milk jam dip, crème brulee, soufflé, and the traditional Brazilian dessert, brigadier. Little Brazil's wine menu has been carefully selected to complement its meat dishes, with imported wines from France, Italy, and South America, as well as small boutique wineries from Israel, all offered at affordable prices. Home delivery is available for those who prefer to enjoy their meals in the comfort of their own homes, including a selection of sandwiches and hamburgers. If you're looking to host a barbecue or cook at home, Little Brazil offers a fresh meat menu, including tzimitzuri sauces and onion jam, all delivered straight to your doorstep. Little Brazil Restaurant is your go-to destination for a truly authentic and delicious meat experience in Eilat.

Sarona Market: A Foodie's Paradise in Israel

Sarona Market: A Foodie's Paradise in Israel

Located in the heart of Tel Aviv, Sarona Market is a must-visit destination for food lovers. This vibrant indoor market boasts over 90 food vendors selling everything from fresh produce to international cuisine. Sarona Market has a rich history dating back to the late 19th century when it was founded as a German Templar Colony. The area underwent significant changes over the years, including a period of neglect before being transformed into the bustling market it is today. Visitors to Sarona Market can expect a sensory feast as they stroll through the colorful stalls and sample a wide variety of foods. Local Israeli chefs and international food vendors offer an array of options to suit every taste and budget. The market is a great place to relax, socialize, and enjoy live music while indulging in delicious food. So, whether you're a local or a tourist, make sure to add Sarona Market to your list of must-visit places in Tel Aviv. As a food lover, I was excited to try Israeli cuisine for the first time during a recent trip to Tel Aviv. I visited several restaurants, including some at the Sarona Market, and was blown away by the unique flavors and ingredients used in Israeli dishes. One of my favorite dishes was shakshuka, a delicious breakfast dish made with eggs, tomatoes, onions, and spices. The flavors were so rich and complex, and I loved the way the eggs were cooked perfectly with a runny yolk. I also tried several types of hummus, each with its own unique twist, and was impressed by the freshness and quality of the ingredients used. In comparison to American restaurants, Israeli cuisine was a pleasant surprise. I found the dishes to be lighter and healthier, with more emphasis on fresh vegetables and herbs. The use of spices was also more prominent, adding an extra layer of complexity to the flavors. Overall, my experience trying Israeli restaurants for the first time was a memorable one. The unique flavors, fresh ingredients, and focus on healthy eating make Israeli cuisine a must-try for any food lover looking for something new and exciting. Sarona Market is a foodie's paradise located in the heart of Tel Aviv, Israel. This indoor market has a rich history, dating back to the late 19th century when it was founded as a German Templar Colony. After a period of neglect, the area was transformed into the bustling market it is today. With over 90 food vendors selling everything from fresh produce to international cuisine, visitors can expect a sensory feast as they stroll through the colorful stalls. Local Israeli chefs and international food vendors offer an array of options to suit every taste and budget. The market is a great place to relax, socialize, and enjoy live music while indulging in delicious food. Whether you're a local or a tourist, Sarona Market is a must-visit destination in Tel Aviv.

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