As one of Israel’s most influential and award-winning winemakers, Victor Schoenfeld of Golan Heights Winery is renowned as a pioneer of modern winemaking in the country.
In a city of ancient history, Jerusalem is also surprisingly home to a vibrant, innovative culinary scene.
Israel has a fluid culinary scene that is quickly stealing the headlines. Check out our of favorite edible stops as tourists in Tel Aviv and beyond.
Hailed as a delicious destination for hungry, food-loving travelers, Tel Aviv has opened its arms and restaurants to chefs from around the world. This collaboration of different cultures can only mean one thing for diners, enticing culinary creations.
Three chefs put aside their egos to collaborate and create one of Israel’s, and the world’s, best restaurants.
No matter your reason for visiting, be sure to save plenty of time to explore the food scene when traveling to The Holy City.
A common casual eatery or street food item, these small cakes are perfect in pitas or eaten on their own and can be made ahead and packed for a quick lunch.