Israel Restaurants are the new dining hotspot in the world. As tourism surges to new heights in 2018, reaching the record of 4 million visitors, Israel has as many restaurants per-capita as the most important cities like Madrid, London or Paris.
Anna Kosher Italian Fish Restaurant
Located in Jerusalem City Center, this is a Kosher Italian Fish Restaurant/ With handmade pizzas and pastas with the best ingredients. This is the place for a memorable dinner.
HaSalon israelí Cuisine
Tel Aviv Restaurants
Chef Eyal Shani, has shaped contemporary Israeli cuisine. Here, you’ll find the best vegetables ingredients that come together for an unforgettable experience.
Fattoush Middle Eastern Cuisine
Restaurants in Haifa and the North
Located in the German Colony of Haifa, it offers a unique taste of Middle Eastern Cuisine, with unusual salads, pies and rice dishes, in addition to desserts and drinks.
The main attraction is the beautiful terrace garden with an amazing view of the Bahai Gardens. Don’t miss the Hummus Platter.
Café Lola in the Old City of Beer Sheva
Restaurants in Beer Sheva and the South
With an eclectic decor with wooden tables and splashes of color, it has a menu with many tasty dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Have a smashing Israeli Breakfast during the morning and in the evening come back for cocktails with tapas-style dishes and a thinly-sliced steak.
They also offer many vegan dishes as well, and above all live music. Get ready for a great experience at Café Lola.
Agadir in Eilat draws a lively nighttime crowd
Restaurants in Eilat
This branch of the Tel Aviv chain is known for its juicy burgers and a tremendous selection of beers on tap.
The main draw being good-quality beef (or veggie) patties topped with condiments ranging from goose breast to a sunny-side-up egg and caramelized onions.
Tenat Ethiopian Restaurant
African restaurants in Israel
Located in a rundown area in south Tel Aviv, where you can feast on delicious vegan Ethiopian food in a charming atmosphere. The Ethiopian decor and music in the background adds to the experience.
Don’t miss the dish of cooked fava beans, made in the early morning and traditionally eaten for breakfast.
Blue Sky Kosher Asian. Style Restaurant
Kosher restaurants in Israel
On the el Aviv Beach you’ll find this Kosher Asian Cuisine restaurant. Chef Meir Adoni brings the Far East to the near “White City.”
They feature tartar of tuna in soy and honey, sea fish sashimi with green melon, Asian aioli, green tea and lime yogurt and macha powder, grouper capriccio with kohlrabi ravioli and mango, apricot, ginger and lemon grass alongside Indian focaccia on an open grill and more.
Abrage Mediterranean Bistro
Fish and seafood restaurants in Israel
Situated in the magical Old Jaffa, this is a non-kosher bistro well known by locals and visitors alike.
They serve local fishermen’s daily catch, making its way from the Mediterranean Sea direct to your plate.
Maintaining the same high standards of freshness and quality, they offer a wide range of choices of excellent prime beef dishes, through a variety of internationally inspired breakfasts to be complemented by the mouth-watering desserts.
Brisket Meat Bar and American Style Southern Barbecue
Meat Restaurants in Israel
Located in Hadera off Road # 4 on a local gas station, attracts many barbecue enthusiasts visitors and native Israelis alike.
Chef Ohad Leizer’s menu puts an emphasis on smoked meats, which are treated with house-made specialty dry rubs and delicious top -secret marinades before being smoked in a special smoker brought in from the US.
Doña Rosa Argentinean Restaurant
Latin Food in Israel
Nestled on the hills just south of Haifa in the Ein Hod Artists’ Village. It is named after the matriarch of the owners, who ran a workers’ kitchen on her family’s Argentinean ranch. Her grandchildren eventually founded the steakhouse in Israel as a tribute to Doña Rosa’s traditional recipes. The décor makes you think you are back in rural South America.
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