Kosher Ethnic Restaurants Restaurants

Kosher Ethnic Restaurants
If ever there was a place where one could enjoy authentic foods from different cultures it is Israel. Since the establishment of The State people have been coming to Israel from all corners of the world, and with them comes their culinary culture and expertise.

Only in Israel can you enjoy a range of cuisines, from Italian to Indian, and back again to the Middle East. Here are some of our favorire ethnic cuisines.

Minato - 8 Hamenofim, Herzelia 09-7731703
Minato specializes in authentic Japanese dishes. The restaurant is adamant about utilizing authentic ingredients, and cooking techniques used in Japan. A Japanese chef presides over the kitchen. He creates traditional Japanese cuisine that complies with the laws of kashrut and uses local seasonal ingredients.

Wanting to taste a variety of dishes, we decided to share one inside-out Sushi roll with cooked fish and two delicious fish main dishes. The sushi was beautifully presented on a platter with thin slivers of ginger. We then shared a platter of tempura fish served with the delicious Japanese Tentsuyu dipping sauce with Mirin, sweet rice wine. The fish was delicious alone and required no sauce, but the sauce added the zing.

Take A Wok - 15 Sarei Yisrael, Jerusalem 02-6636679
Chinese street food. Buy your meal in 3 easy steps. First choose a base: either noodles or rice. Then choose a topping: meat, vegetables, tofu, etc. Finally choose a sauce: sweet, spicy. Your meal is ready in minutes. Eat at the restaurant or take you box home. Bring your eLuna coupon for extras at the restaurant.
Entrecote - 28 A.D.Gordon, Petach-Tikva 03-9342510

The new Entrecote Grill House Restaurant is a fresh and new dining experience. Under new management the dining area has been redesigned and is now a wide-open space with decorative lattice partitions between tables. There is new comfortable furniture, light fixtures, and wall decorations.

At the heart of the menu are the grilled meats. There is a wide selection ranging from burgers and pargit to specialty meats grilled over coals. Under "Hot Grill" you will find chicken wings and pargit, etc., sausage, and more. The "Steak House" section lists higher end steak cuts priced by weight, and lamb chops.  The "Chef’s Recipes" section lists some of the family’s Caucasian dishes, as well as the Israeli favorites: chicken schnitzel, chicken livers and hamburgers.

Gueta - 6 Yerushalayim Blvd, Tel-Aviv/Jaffa 03-6813993

Gueta is a Libyan restaurant, specializing in Tripoli food. The restaurant is owned and operated by the Gueta family and mamma Leah Gueta has brought with her many wonderful culinary secrets from her native country.

Gueta is located directly across from the Noga theater. The décor is homey and simple but clean and inviting. The service is impeccable and quick and the food is delicious and very reasonably priced.

Libyan food is flavorful and tasty, spicy but not overly so. Open with an array of salads which are particularly delicious on their super-fresh bread.

Our reviewer recommends the “Complete Couscous” an all-in-one meal, that includes the lightest couscous you'll ever eat anywhere flavored with “tbicha,” “mafrum,” “yabrak.”

What are all of these? See about Gueta Restaurant