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tomby Sep 3, 2008 09:46 PM

Going there in a month--any thing new (since five years--hah) or good I should be trying?

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    njkosher RE: tomby Sep 4, 2008 05:32 AM

    Check out eluna.com for the latest and greatest.

    Dont be afraid to venture north to Herzelia as there are a number of good places in the mall on the waterfront.

    Also the following:

    Bruno's in Azrieli Center
    Meatos
    Meat and Wine in Herzelia
    Papagaio in Azrieli
    Bistro56 in Herzelia
    Busi in Shuk Hatikva

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      tomby RE: njkosher Sep 17, 2008 01:56 PM

      Thank you will post report!

    2. MeirCookBook RE: tomby Sep 27, 2008 02:06 PM

      Papagaio in Hertzelia
      PASHA Tel Aviv
      Teriaki and Alfredo in Petach Tikva

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        tomby RE: MeirCookBook Sep 28, 2008 11:47 PM

        Thanks!

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          tomby RE: MeirCookBook Oct 21, 2008 02:35 PM

          Wow Pasha was excellent! My new best kosher restaurant-had the halvah covered ice cream for dessert (sounds weird but was great), the lamb chops and the beef (word I can't pronounce) on pita. We loved the dandelion-parsley salad and the stuffed eggplant and stuffed zucchini appetizers.

           
           
           
           
        2. Fetzel RE: tomby Oct 11, 2008 08:16 PM

          Ahavat Hayam, a great fish restaurant in Tel-Aviv.
          03-6444355

           
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            Levial RE: Fetzel Oct 31, 2008 07:45 AM

            We were in Israel for the Chagim and here's what we tried and liked:

            Meat and Wine in Herzliya Pituach. Great steak, great service. Nice ambiance. We lamented spending cash at Papagaio - for the same price we had a wonderful meal, with just the right steaks, not a bunch of substandard meat cuts covered in oil.

            Gershon in Tel Aviv. Although the steaks were not as fantastic as advertised (they didn't have the "fillet" though when we visited) there were imaginative recipes- the spicy rice, the lolipop chicken wings that were outstanding, as well as a cocktail offering, and phenomenal desserts. Service also excellent and atypical of Israel.

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