I’m leaving for Israel tomorrow. It’s a whirlwind trip, and I couldn’t be more excited about it. I’ll be there for just under a week with a group of journalists from the Society of American Travel Writers, and over the next few days, I’ll get to see Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, and a few other spots. I asked for advice on the Gluten-Free Guidebook’s Facebook Group, and I got a wonderful reply from a woman named Marina Novikov, who is currently planning a trip to Israel. She gave me permission to pass along her findings on the blog, with the caveat that, since she hasn’t visited Israel yet, she can’t confirm that the information is entirely accurate. Here’s what she’s found so far. Thanks so much, Marina!
1. Ben Ami, 38 Emek Refaim St. in the German Colony; tel 02 6510070 (a lot of cakes and biscuits, maybe full gf menu).
2. Pera e Mela, 6 Safra Square; tel 02-6230280 (Italian – gluten free pasta â€“ have to call them in advance)
3. Black Bar ‘n’ Burger, 18 Shlomzion Hamalka St.; tel 02-6246767
4. Tito Bravo Italian restaurant, 12 Shamai St, Jerusalem; tel: +972-2-6255585 (pizza, gluten-free menu)
IN TEL AVIV
1. Dapei Rimon, 15 Yehudit Avenue; tel 077-7107007 (gluten free pasta & pizza)
2. Hudson Brasserie, Habarzel 27, Tel-Aviv; tel: +972-3-6444733Â (Specializes in meet dishes;Â gluten-free menu)
3. Falafel Baribua Falafel, Homos, Shakshuka â€” multiple locations (gluten-free menu)
1.Â Mashoâ€¦ Tov etzel Josef and Louis (translates to â€“ Something Good at Josef and Louis’ Place), 48 Ben-Gurion St, Herzelia; tel: +972-57- 9442783 (Vegetarian health food, variety of Mediterranean, French and Italian dishes, gluten-free menu)
1. Ototo Pizza Pizza & Pasta, 86 Hatichon St, Neve Sha’anan; tel: +972-4-8228060 +972-4-8322366 +972-4-8228080Â (gluten-free menu, pizza, kosher)
2. Black Bar & Burger, Cinemall, Lev Hamifratz; Tel. 04-8422400
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Have you traveled in Israel? I’d love to hear your experiences with dining gluten-free!