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April 30, 2015 11:00 am

Israeli Restaurant in London Tops GQ Food and Drink List

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JNS.org – London-based and Israeli-owned restaurant The Palomar — known for its modern Jerusalem-sourced cuisine — won the “Best Restaurant” award at the inaugural GQ Food and Drink Awards on Wednesday.

The Palomar is the sister restaurant of the popular Machneyuda restaurant in Jerusalem. Judges for the competition held by the well-known international monthly men’s magazine praised not only the food, but the unique atmosphere at Palomar.

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One of the restaurant’s owners, chef Assaf Granit, told Israel Hayom on Wednesday, “Just being nominated was flattering. It’s like being a film director nominated alongside Martin Scorsese or Robert De Niro.”

“We’ve all just been in complete ecstasy since we got the good news,” said Granit. “The major advantage of the restaurant beyond the exceptional Israeli flavors is our approach to customers. My partners, Yossi [Elad] and Uri [Navon], and I created a home-like atmosphere for the customers. We create a mix between Israeli warmth and a high level of professionalism. We take care of every detail from the toothpicks to the music.”

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  • Kosher

    Was excited at first to see this, however was disheartened to see it is a Treif not Kosher at all.

    What is Israeli about it, the food is middle eastern just as any other Middle Eastern restaurant.

    • BRYNABABY

      Israeli food does not necessarily mean Kosher food and that has nothing to do with the kinds of dishes and their unique ingredients and seasonings. It’s wonderful that three Israeli guys can create good feelings about Israel and it’s people with a warm and welcoming restaurant and Israeli food- Kosher or not. What’s good for you is not necessarily good for other Jews. We are each entitled to our own observance and your remarks are out of line.

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