Podcast Episode 113: Where to Eat in Israel

An interview with Inbal Baum



Inbal Baum

Inbal Baum

Inbal Baum, the Founder of Delicious Israel, joins us to talk about where foodies should eat when they travel to her country.

  • Shakshouka is a popular dish in Israel
  • Israeli Breakfast is a distinct and important meal
  • The modern cherry tomato has roots in Israel
  • Tel Aviv and Jerusalem top the list of cities you should visit
  • Beach season runs from April to October
  • Rosh Hashana is a great time to visit Israel
  • When you visit Tel Aviv, go to the Carmel Market, the Levinsky Market
  • Try the date syrup, Silan



Food for Thought

  • delicious israelQ: After pita bread, what is the most common food used to “wipe” humus?
  • A: Raw onion.


Out of the Frying Pan

  • Favorite Spot for Outdoor Dining: Milgo & Milbar
  • Favorite Place to Buy Spices: Cafe Arma in Levinsky Market
  • Herbs to Try: Za’atar and Hawaij (in Yemenite Coffee)
  • Favorite Winery: Sphera
  • Favorite Place for Dessert: The Malabia
  • Favorite Food Experience for Kids: Max Brenner
  • Chef to Watch: Eyal Shani
  • Dish to Try at Different Places: Shakshouka and sabich


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