White-Hot Tel Aviv Dining Scene Gets Its Due

Tel Aviv’s white-hot food scene has long been on the radar of Forward readers, and word’s getting out big-time to the rest of the world.

The Wall Street Journal just featured an ode to Tel Aviv restaurants including Halutzim 3, Yaffo Tel Aviv and Mizlala.

A few days later, The Washington Post waxed rhapsodic about the Carmel Market, Da Da & Da, Oasis and vegan ice cream shop Gela.

And Thrillist recently ranked Tel Aviv as one of the world’s “6 Most Overlooked Cities for Food Lovers,” hailing Chef Mair Adoni’s Catit and Abraxas North, among others.

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Michael Kaminer is a contributing editor at the Forward. Contact him at kaminer@forward.com

White-Hot Tel Aviv Dining Scene Gets Its Due

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