Munchies Guide to Israel: Falafels

The falafel, a deep-fried ball of crispy goodness with a soft and flavorful inside, is a traditional Middle Eastern food to have most likely originated in Egypt.

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Sarona Market [Tel Aviv] – A culinary oasis

Sarona Market is the heartbeat of Israeli culinary art and is considered Israel’s largest and most unique indoor culinary complex. Have you ever been?

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Munchies Guide to Israel: Shakshuka

Shakshuka (شَكْشُوكَةٌ) is a staple of Arab and Israeli cuisines and can be found at most coffee shops and restaurants around the country.The dish is not native to Israel, as it was brought here by the Jewish immigrants from North Africa but, in part, due to the Tunisian, Algerian, and Moroccan Jewish communities here, it…

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An authentic Israeli lunch

By far my most favourite experience up-to-date: enjoying an authentic Israeli lunch on a small plot of land prepared for us by a humble and gracious man.

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Nero Belgian Waffle Bar

I don’t typically talk about restaurants on my blog when I go traveling (though I do mention the wonderful treats I eat at certain locations); however, Nero Belgian Waffle Bar is somewhere that I would like to share with you all because of its delicious food and amazing service.

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Happy food journey (Seoul Edition)

I had 10 days in Seoul to eat as many types of food as I possibly could – and I had the best food imaginable! Bibimbap, mandu, bingsu, and so much more!

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