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The 5 Best Sausages in Tel Aviv

How did all this happen? Apparently, because of the currently upgraded street food trend and promotional work by chefs, the image of the sausage (or frankfurter) has changed dramatically. No longer a product made from low-grade meat leftovers, the sausage has become a culinary challenge worthy of any chef. Today’s sausages have become juicy, carefully prepared main courses and are made of fresh beef (in most cases, the non-kosher variety) seasoned with special spices and various additions that are usually associated with gourmet restaurants rather than street food. Therefore, it is no easy task to choose the five best sausages in Tel Aviv.

A culinary secret weapon: Thai House’s Isaan-style pork sausage

Thai House has already become a Tel Aviv institution and is proud to offer its customers challenging, accessible and outstanding Thai cuisine. Although you might not find too many sausage recipes in Asian cuisine, it does have quite a few sausage options prepared on the grill. And you can trust that Thais from the northeastern province of Isaan can cook sausages that are both “hot” and absolutely delicious.

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