More than a dozen of the U.S. franchises are halal
The neighborhood surrounding south Tel Aviv’s New Central Bus Station is a culinary melting pot on the verge of extinction.
Soon after I sat down at a banquette in the back of Nur, the new kid on the block of East 20th Street that’s also home to Gramercy Tavern, chef Meir Adoni brought over a warm, golden, sesame-seed-studded oval bread paired with a dish of what appeared to be hummus.
Shaya is far from the only eatery offering excellent Jewish cuisine in this culinary capital.
A highly acclaimed and much beloved eatery in Nataf was reduced to ashes on Friday.
The Jewish owner of Munich’s Schmock Israeli restaurant announced he’s closing after 16 years because of rising anti-Semitism and strong anti-Israel sentiment.
Tel Aviv’s white-hot food scene has long been on the Forward’s radar, and now word’s getting out to the rest of the world.
There’s a new Israeli restaurant in London: Strut & Cluck.
(JTA) — The president of the World Jewish Congress is not accepting the Michelin travel company’s claims that Israel would not generate enough “gastronomic interest” or “potential readers” for its own restaurant guide. In a letter sent to the Michelin Guide’s editor-in-chief on May 18 and obtained Wednesday by JTA, Ronald Lauder argued that the…