From Chic Restaurants to Local Street Food
In the country where milk and honey flow, there are endless types of food to try from the numerous colorful traditional cuisines that have come to Israel from around the world throughout its history.
From East to West: You’ll hop from a traditional pita-houmous-falafel in an unpretentious market to trendy nouvelle cuisine and open-air concept restaurants of undisputed originality and reputation.
With 300 boutique wineries scattered from the north down to the south and thanks to an varied climate, Israel’s unique terroir will provide you with an exceptional and high-quality wine list. These wines have a piquant character (not unlike like the Israelis themselves), some of which can be found today on the greatest tables in the world.
What could be more local than making and eating your own hummus, taking part in a gourmet cooking workshop in the studio of an Israeli chef, enjoying a traditional Shabbat meal at the home of a local or tasting in situ an organic olive oil made in the farmer's fields?