Prestigious US Travel Magazine Includes Israeli Eateries on List of World’s Top Restaurants
The editor-in-chief of a premier US travel magazine named five Israeli eateries on her expansive list of the best restaurants in the world.
Pilar Guzmán of Condé Nast Traveler curated a “Where in the World to Eat” guide to the globe’s restaurants, and the Middle Eastern suggestions include some located in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Rosh Pina and Umm al-Fahm, near Haifa.
Among those praised were Machneyuda, called “joyfully chaotic,” Muscat Restaurant, Studio Arcadia, labeled as “simple but extraordinary,” Tzfon Abraxas and Elbabor.
The guide, written with the “impassioned guidance” of food experts, chefs and creative travelers, is the cover story of Condé Nast Traveler‘s October issue. It showcases a total of 207 restaurants, ranging from simple, small productions, to places with Michelin Star ratings.