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Tel Aviv Culinary Scene is the Best in the World

in Life, Culture & Sports/Tourism & Nature
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Claiming any city has the best culinary scene in the world is a substantial statement, and is determined by a few major foodie factors – the food, the service and the overall scene. In Israel, the quality of all three are on an exponential rise, and thanks to Mediterranean influence, Israel’s food scene has always…

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Arab and Israeli Foodies Cook to Inspire Coexistence

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Gear up for an Arabic food festival unlike any other. Over 45 chefs from the four quarters – Muslim, Christian, Druze, and Jewish. Culinary superstars from across the region will gather in Haifa for a 3-day food festival, not only to share their expertise in satisfying appetites, but also to stand together to support Haifa…

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Take a bite of Haifa

in Tourism & Nature
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Haifa, Israel’s big city between the Mediterranean and Mount Carmel is an up and coming destination for tourists. A new special sightseeing tour is aimed to show that Haifa has much more to offer than the visit of the famous Bahai Gardens: With the Haifa Street Food tours you can experience the city with your…

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Tel Aviv Top 15 Culinary City

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Herbert Samuel Restaurant delicacies in Tel Aviv (Credit: Courtesy)

It sounds like a repetition but is a well-deserved title Tel Aviv is winning all over again: the renowned Conde Nast Traveler magazine named Tel Aviv as one of the top 15 culinary cities in the world. Other competitors are hubs like London, Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro, Vancouver, Buenos Aires or Sydney and Singapore. For…

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Stories from the Holy Land: Pita

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Tasty Bibi - a piece of art by 'Year of the Pita' (Credit: YOTP Instagram)

I can’t say it any other way: my first time was a catastrophe. I burst into it. From the wrong side, too hectic and without a plan. First here, then there. I wanted too much in one go. And in the end: it dripped without stopping and my dress was totally soiled. No, no, don’t…

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