The “Vong” Choice

When you imagine the diet of a Texan, I’m sure you think it consists of red meat, red meat and more red meat. This Texan on the other hand, prefers Asian cuisine at every meal- breakfast, noon and night. So imagine my excitement when I heard that a Vietnamese restaurant was opening in Tel Aviv….

The Breakfast Club

  After a night out in Tel Aviv, six friends (Jon, Jason, Roni, Andrew, Lea and Ilana) ended up at 10 Eidelson (on Dizengoff 117) for breakfast the next morning. The only remnants of the event were empty plates. Forget any other breakfast place you have heard about in the Tel Aviv area. 10 Eidelson…

This is a stick up

When passing by Stick House, you peer into the window and think, “Gelato on a stick, dipped in chocolate. What could be better?” I’ll tell you what- gelato. In a cone. Add chocolate to that, if you’d like. While this treat sounds great in theory, the reality is just so-so. I will be the first…

All shuk up

Could it be that there is finally a restaurant in Israel with excellent service, reasonable prices, and food that will make you want to come back? Yes! La Shuk, on 92 Dizengoff (at the base of Dizengoff Circle) brings Israeli food up from the falafel cart into the modern culinary world. Not a single chickpea…