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Israeli Cuisine Is Complex, Contentious, and on the Rise in New York
“When you talk about Israeli food, so much of it is actually Palestinian.”
Greenwich Village Is Getting a Middle Eastern Dumpling Shop
Kubeh is a 60-seat restaurant devoted to and named after the Levantine dumplings served in broth.
Itzik Hagadol Bringing Its Authentic Israeli Eats To Canon Drive
The Tel Aviv restaurant is known for its serious spread of salads and organic grill items.
Hummus Bar Express Now Open on Third Street Promenade
So far, the offshoot of Tarzana’s acclaimed Israeli restaurant is being labeled one of the best quick options in the neighborhood.
More Details on Taïm Nolita, Opening in Two Weeks
Some new menu options including seasonal salads.
Seats Still Remain Available For Zahav’s ‘Very Jewish
Solomonov will riff on Chinese food using Israeli ingredients.
A Look into Tarte Tatin, Now Open in Beverly Hills
Kobi Tobiano, former pastry chef at Charles Nob Hill, opens his own bakery and breakfast eatery.
What to Eat
Veal Schnitzel Continues to Evade New Yorkers
Even as schnitzel becomes a trend with the opening of Schnitzel Express, the veal cutlet is scarce.
Slideshow: Premiere of Ilan Hall’s The Gorbals
season two winner Ilan Hall shows Downtown Los Angeles his food….finally.
The Gorbals Previews Tonight
We’re one step closer to seeing what Ilan Hall’s had up his sleeves for two years.
Gorbal’s Watch: Menu on the Way
An Israeli standby is getting a new look.