Tag Archive: jerusalem

Honey & Co – aka food of the gods

One of my friends has the Honey & Co cookbook, and raves about it constantly. He made us one of the recipes on a trip to Wales this year, and I later found… Continue reading

Impressions of Machneyehuda market, Jerusalem

I love food markets, and whenever I travel, I aim to see the local ones. I am fascinated by smells and sounds, the people behind the counters as well as those walking around,… Continue reading

Machneyehuda – beautiful food in Jerusalem

Beit Yaakov Street 10, Jerusalem A couple of months ago, I discovered The Palomar in Soho, in my opinion the best restaurant I’ve eaten at in London. So when I heard that its original… Continue reading

The best hummus in Tel Aviv (and the world?): Abu Hassan

Hummus has become something very standard in the West, with even the smallest cornershops in London stocking a pot or two in their cold section. I love the stuff, and it’s often an easy… Continue reading

The Palomar – the best restaurant in London?

“Cauliflower steak, pork belly and shakshukit, table 23!” “Yes, chef!” “Fish falafel and fattoush, table 31!” “Yes, chef!” My excitement and eagerness at finally visiting The Palomar is equivalent only to what I feel… Continue reading