Traditional Israeli Jewish Shabbat dinner
Join Anat in Tel Aviv to experience a special, traditional Shabbat dinner inspired by her family and you'll soon understand what a real Shabbat dinner is all about!
• Family-style, Kosher Shabbat dinner featuring many traditional specialities
• Drinks are included, guests can also BYOB
• Communal dining for up to 25 people
• All of the food is Kosher
• Can accommodate dietary restrictions
About your host, Anat: "What I like most is making people happy! I do it every day in the events I produce and with the great food I cook for my family, friends and guests. Our house is always open and there's always something good cooking in my pots!"
traditional kiddush& starters
Sweet wine and fresh challah bread
Chopped Liver with Homeamade Pickles and Charcoal Eggplant Dip
Green Tabouli Salad with Pomegranates
Chicken Soup with Carrots and Lokshen
Roasted Chicken with Roast Potatoes
Baked with garlic, thyme and white wine
Traditional Meatballs or Shnitzel
Meatballs cooked in a rich tomato sauce, both served with white rice
Freshly picked greens with a secret refreshing citrus vinagrette dressing
Seasonal Fruit Platter
Served with ice cream
Homemade Cakes and Cookies
Served with coffee and tea
A glass of wine will be served, feel free to BYOB
What I like most is making people happy! I do it every day in the events I produce and with the great food I cook for my family, friends and guests.
Our house is always open and rhere is always something 'GOOOD' cooking in the pots....
I have three kids and 3 adoreale grandchildren. Even when we were students in a tiny rented appartement our house was always full. Our friends knew that there is always something cooking in my kitchen.
I am so lucky that my dear husband (for 40 years and many more to come...) shares with me this love of hosting. He is always there for me, helping with shopping, arranging the table and hosting the guests.. The table setting is very important to me as much as the food taste and quality. My motto is that the eyes are the first to eat...so it is very important that everything looks great as well as tastes great.
There is only one way to find out if I am right. You have to try (and taste) by yourself (:
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