Adam S. Montefiore

Israel’s Culinary Revolution

It was not so long ago that Israel was a pariah state regarding food. A tourist coming on holiday would eat at the Hilton Grill Room because to eat out would be risky. Bernard Levin, a wit who wrote for The Times of London, once complained: “Doesn’t anyone in Israel have a Jewish mother?” He despaired of finding a reasonable place to eat.
Israel's Culinary Revolution