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Amazing Israeli breakfast at the EATS cafeteria travel guide

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Amazing Israeli breakfast at the EATS cafeteria

Amazing Israeli breakfast at the EATS cafeteria

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Address: 20 Shinkin St. Tel Aviv

An Israeli breakfast is quite known for being a great healthy and tasty breakfast. Originally served on a collective farm called a kibbutz, Israeli breakfast is now available in most hotels and restaurants in Israel. It usually consists of fruits, vegetables, salads, breads, pastries, dairy products, eggs, and fish served in a buffet style.

The EATS cafeteria, located in Sheinkin St. Tel Aviv, offers wonderful breakfasts with variety and quality, the menu offers options like Avocado bruschetta, poached egg, poached egg avocado, chives, Shatta pepper and Atlantic salt on sourdough bread. A salad of roasted vegetables in the oven with rocket, mint and roasted pistachios, almond cream and confit garlic on sourdough bread. Scrambled eggs, coarsely chopped vegetable salad, tuna salad, homemade labneh, feta cheese and carrot bread. Also yogurt, nut granola, frozen blueberry candies, banana and raspberry jam. The place is stunning, pleasant atmosphere and lovely staff. Highly recommended!

Eats, located in the Sam & Blondie Hotel

Opening hours:

Sunday: 08:00 - 22:00

Monday: 08:00 - 22:00

Tuesday: 08:00 - 22:00

Wednesday: 08:00 - 22:00

Thursday: 08:00 - 22:00

Friday: 08:00 - 22:00

Saturday: 08:00 - 22:00

Bashert Restaurant Safed

Bashert Restaurant Safed

The food at Bashert Restaurant is some of the most innovative and magical that I have ever tasted. The chef's menu combines advanced cooking methods with a twist of fine cuts of meat from the smokehouse, and the result is a variety of dishes that are simply incredible. The chicken soup with dumpling is Jewish gnocchi with shredded meat, blinches with smoked liver, and the title gem, juicy slow-smoked asado from the smokehouse and Bashert's 8-hour smoked brisket, are all must-tries. The restaurant is strictly kosher, and kosher by the Orthodox Jewish community. If you're ever in Safed, don't miss out on this dining experience of a lifetime. Address Jerusalem 35 Safed, Israel 073-231-1331

Sphera restaurant: A Breathtaking Culinary Experience Among Rehovot Orchards

Sphera restaurant: A Breathtaking Culinary Experience Among Rehovot Orchards

If you're looking for a culinary experience that goes beyond just the food, Sphera is the place for you. This kosher chef restaurant is situated among Rehovot orchards and offers an immersive experience that envelops you in breathtaking nature and a bewitching atmosphere. Under the leadership of Chef Benny Madar, the restaurant redefines culinary training and delivers dishes that are as visually stunning as they are delicious. The menu features a luxurious and unusual Mediterranean fusion, where vegan and vegetarian cuisine is combined with meat dishes using only the highest quality raw materials in Israel. But Sphera is not just about the food. The exclusive bar, with its meticulous cocktails and the largest selection of wines in Israel, is designed with extreme care. The interior designer Marko Sabra and lighting designer Ben Alon have created a warm, intimate atmosphere where each table feels like a small island. The dessert menu is equally impressive, with each dessert a unique creation by pastry chef Tamir Halfon that combines textures and flavors to leave you wanting more. On Sundays through Thursdays, the restaurant hosts a kosher chef restaurant with two private rooms, while boutique events are held in the library by reservation only. If you're looking for an unforgettable dining experience, look no further than Sphera.

Experience Mediterranean Flavors at Mena - A Bistro Restaurant on Yarakon Street

Experience Mediterranean Flavors at Mena - A Bistro Restaurant on Yarakon Street

I recently visited Mena, a Mediterranean bistro restaurant located on Yarakon Street, and I must say, I was impressed. The restaurant is under the direction of Chef Yanon Elel, who has worked in some of the most prestigious kitchens around the world. The restaurant is beautifully situated on a balcony overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, offering a stunning view. Mena's emphasis on Mediterranean food is evident in every dish they serve, and the freshness of the ingredients is apparent. The menu is carefully curated, with classic influences and European flair that doesn't compromise on the small details. I had the pleasure of trying several dishes, and each one was better than the last. The winter menu features a variety of dishes, from sourdough bread with butter, dua, olive oil, and balsamic from Modena, to sweet potato roulade with confit garlic, feta, hazelnuts, and olive oil. The standout dish for me was the chopped liver with pepper jam, crispy shallots, sour leaves, and African bread. It was a unique twist on a classic dish, and the flavors were perfectly balanced. Mena's menu options are a delightful blend of Mediterranean cuisine with European influences, offering a diverse range of dishes to suit all tastes. From classic favorites like Caesar salad with parmesan and crispy potato, to more adventurous options like fish carpaccio with pistachio vinaigrette and chili, the restaurant caters to a variety of palates. Vegetarians and vegans will also find plenty of options, including the red root vegetable pasta with silan, za'atar, and feta, and the greens in the oven with caesar aioli, parmesan, crispy potato, and soft egg. The menu is carefully curated to highlight the freshest ingredients, and the staff is knowledgeable about each dish, making recommendations and accommodating any dietary restrictions. Overall, the menu options at Mena are a delicious journey through the flavors of the Mediterranean. The service at Mena was impeccable, and the staff was attentive and knowledgeable. They were able to match the needs of our group in terms of food, style, design, and service. The published menus can be slightly changed if necessary, which is a nice touch. Overall, I highly recommend Mena for anyone looking for a Mediterranean dining experience in a beautiful setting. The prices are reasonable, considering the quality of the food and the level of service. If you're looking for a place to host a small event, Mena is the perfect choice.

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