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Beit Kandinof Restaurant, Jaffa
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Beit Kandinof Restaurant, Jaffa

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In Jaffa’s Old City, Beit Kandinof is an elegant culinary venue with imposing arches and exposed rock walls framing eclectic dining rooms. Mediterranean-fusion cuisine, handpicked from local producers and the Jaffa markets, is served at the restaurant.

As the first art center and high-end restaurant to be combined in the region, Beit Kandinof is located in a historic building within Jaffa’s old city. Contemporary art is displayed in five galleries at Beit Kandinof’s center. The best pieces from Tel Aviv and Israel are hand-picked for you. A new exhibit is featured every four months, featuring both established and emerging artists.

Hatzorfim 14, Tel Aviv-jaffa
03-6502938
Opening Hours:
Sunday-Thursday 17:00-23:00
*Sunday to Thursday 30% on the entire menu between 17: 00-19: 00 *

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."

Experience Culinary Excellence at Uri Buri Restaurant in Acre, Israel

Experience Culinary Excellence at Uri Buri Restaurant in Acre, Israel

As a tourist from the USA, I had the pleasure of visiting the Uri Buri restaurant in Acre, Israel. This restaurant is owned by Chef Uri Yeremias, who is also the owner of the Effendi Hotel. It is one of the most famous and popular restaurants in Israel, and has been awarded the title of one of the best restaurants in the world for 2019 and the best restaurant in the Middle East and Israel according to many international reviewers. The restaurant specializes in seafood, which is fresh, seasonal and prepared with care and imagination. The chef's iconic white beard and love for his guests add a touch of authenticity to the culinary experience. Even after many years of hospitality and restaurants, Uri still sits and often chats with the guests and reveals the secrets of his kitchen without fear. The menu at Uri Buri restaurant is suitable for every palate and everyone can find themselves among the varied menu dishes that also include vegetarian and vegan options. The tasting menu is highly recommended and is an appetizing experience. The dishes are served to the center of the table and divided by the diners from a central plate to individual plates. This continuous culinary entertainment allows diners to enjoy a varied meal of a selection of dishes, raw materials, flavors and forms of preparation. The restaurant also offers a selection of fine Israeli wines, great and personal service that adapts dishes according to the nature of the diners in a romantic, authentic and perfect atmosphere. The restaurant is located within the walls of an ancient 400-year-old Ottoman house in front of the western walls of the old city in Acre, and it is a 5-minute walk from the Effendi Hotel. Overall, Uri Buri restaurant is a must-visit when it comes to restaurants in the north of Israel. With its fresh seafood, creative and imaginative dishes, and personalized service, it truly deserves its reputation as one of the best restaurants in the world. If you are a lover of culinary and gastronomy of the sea, this is definitely a restaurant you should add to your itinerary when visiting Acre.

Maree Restaurant Netanya

Maree Restaurant Netanya

Located on the roof of the Vert Hotel, this new rooftop restaurant offers spectacular views of the city's beach. Known as Mari, the place combines night entertainment with culinary to attract Israeli tourists and guests of the nearby hotel. The restaurant, with a luxurious and stunning design, which covers 900 square meters, and is divided into several entertainment areas. In the center stands a very large chandelier, and under it the open kitchen that can be viewed from all wings of the restaurant. As well as fish and meat dishes from Josper, Maree Restaurant offers lighter options, including tuna carpaccio with Amaranth mustard, mustard sorbet, and toasted sesame, tuna tartar on bruschetta with soft egg, tahini, almond cream and dill, fish sashimi with matuba vinaigrette, eggplant sashimi, Tassos olives, crispy quinoa and pickled onions. There is also grilled filet with gnocchi, mushroom ragout, porcini mushroom whipped cream, and tomato crunch (NIS 138); and sweet potato candies with citrus fennel cream, olive oil, Tassos olives, Shatta pepper, peas, and za'atar crumble. There were also crumbled strawberry millefeuille and vanilla panna cotta with cinnamon streusel and coriander seeds.

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