Israel has many culinary destinations. If you decide to arrange a gastronomic feast on your own, visiting local markets, be sure to pay attention to exotic fruits, such as hot pink low-calorie pitahaya, purple sweet and sour passion fruit, juicy carambola and persimmon sharon. Lychee, guava and mango, although less exotic, also deserve tasting. And from the nuts, except for the usual walnuts, pistachios and almonds, you should definitely eat sweet macadamia and pecans. If you have already enjoyed traditional Israeli cuisine and want to eat american food in Israel, then there are many restaurants for your comfort. But which place to choose for a light early breakfast, a tasty lunch and a cozy dinner in the company of family or friends? For example, Vicky Cristina restaurant has a huge popularity among regular tourists and residents of Israel due to the unique taste of…

Tel Aviv has long been considered one of the most unusual cities in Israel. With a population of only 400,000 people, this legendary place receives over 5,000,000 tourists from all over the world every year. The most frequent tourists come here from Russia, America and European countries. Tel Aviv is considered a city of businessmen. There are more than 2000 headquarters apartments of the largest start-ups, which employ more than 60,000 employees. You will never forget a trip to this charming city. The most famous tradition among all Israelis is Shabbat. This is the seventh day of the week (Saturday), in which it is customary to rest and spend time with loved ones. Why not spend the next Saturday dinner in a good restaurant? Let’s learn about the best Tel Aviv restaurants open on shabbat. Things to do in Tel Aviv on shabbat Undoubtedly,…