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At last! Something uniquely Israeli!
I thought it was Danish beer initially… But it’s made in Israel despite the deceiving label!
I’m no wine connoisseur, but I like to think I know good wine when I taste it… And this Cabernet Sauvignon wine offered by Matan, my Israeli couchsurfer host in Jerusalem, is no exception. Our conversations kept rolling as long as the wine kept flowing!
Freshly squeezed pomegranate juice (I ask for grapefruit to be mixed for extra vitamins) – the super drink to me through sightseeing in Jerusalem! For 10 shekels that’s in my student budget!
My senses where heightened and taste buds excited by all the food I ate in Cairo! Just some of the dishes I tried: Foul- beans Ta3mia- falafel Besara- a mix of two kinds of bean Molokhia – green slimy sauce with bread (ear of the cat) or with rice Mahshi – stuffed veg Lesan 3asfour …
A piece of Paris in Soho in this cosy restaurant… so cozy you might be squeezed beside the kissing couple. First time daters might want to hold on to this one for their second or third date. The romance in here can be contagious… if not intimidating. Nether-the-less, for a taste of Paris, the ambiance …