05.10.2011 07.Tischrei. 5772
With Yom Kippur around the corner, here is Taste TLV's definitive list of places to break the fast the morning after or fill up the day before.
What do Israeli’s eat to break the fast? Much like the question “What is Israeli food?”, many would argue there is no uniform answer, instead we have a quilt of culinary staples from all over the world. Being from the States we used to search for the best lox and bagels… and always found ourselves underwhelmed. This year we decided to indulge you in the best breakfasts in Tel Aviv. A question we are asked all year long, but when a pun makes itself apparent (referring to breaking the fast after Yom Kippur) we must take the liberty.
What’s referred to as a traditional Israeli breakfast, is something that should not be missed. It may come in many forms, but it never comes modest….