Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Israeli Markets | Best of Tel Aiv


I found some goodies in Tel Aiv. All the 'bests' of Tel Aviv from Schnitzel to Gourmet Markets.
Best Bakery: Forget Paris! Tel Aviv is home to some of the best bakeries in the world, and the wafting smell of freshly baked treats will follow you wherever you go. Lehamim stands apart for their consistent quality and wide variety. From savory to sweet, you can’t go wrong. Their braided chocolate loaf is addictive, the pound cake perfectly moist, and the olive-Parmesan twist is salty and satisfying. In addition to their original location, Lehamim also recently opened a space in the new Shuk HaNamal, Port Market. 99 Hahashmonaim Street, Tel Aviv, (03-5618111) Read more about Lehamim in the New York Times
Best Shakshuka: Luckily for Israelis, most corner shawarma stands and cafes turn out decent shakshuka, the beloved dish of eggs poached in tomato sauce. But if you want shakshuka at its best, make a bee-line for Dr. Shakshuka and don’t stop until you are savoring one of their classic, eggplant, or spinach shakshukas. If you’re not in the mood for eggs they do have a variety of other Libyan and Moroccan specialties including couscous and fish dishes. Afterwards, walk off your meal in the funky Jaffa Flea Market. 3 Beit Eshel, Jaffa, Tel Aviv (03 682-2842)
Read them all posted by The Jew and the Carrot 






2 comments:

leah said...

Genny, my darling, you don't stop amazing me!!!
You are so talented, this blog is incredible, your writing is superb and the pictures are to die for!!
Well done my friend, well done!!!
p.s
I read every one of the entries.
Love you mt dear sis in law.

Leah

genny said...

thank you so much! my first comment...yaaaay! Love you and all of you so much. working on your links and i will send them to you shortly.

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