Tel Aviv Hotels, Restaurants and Attractions

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Israeli Cuisine
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Local cuisine is an odd combination of different culinary cultures from around the globe.  The Middle Eastern influences are the most dominant, but they share their place with Polish specialties.  Humus, Falafel, Chopped Liver, Couscous and much more.


The Guide to Jewish Food
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A short introduction to Jewish East-European cuisine - Not appropriate for all tastes but certainly an experience.

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Batya Cafe
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If you decide to take a plunge and try the Jewish East-European cuisine, Batya cafe is one of the best options.

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An Introduction to Falafel
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Falafel is THE all-Israeli dish, the pride of Hebrew cuisine (and of the whole Middle Eastern area).  Alongside Shawarma and Humus, Falafel is most Israelis' favorite fast food option. 

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Falafel Hakosem (The Wizard)
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{mosimage}Just off Dizengoff Center, Falafel Hakosem is one of the best falafel places in town. 
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Falafel Mevorach
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One of the most popular falafel places in Tel Aviv, Falafel Mevorach offers a tasty falafel experience
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