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What's for Dinner at "Alma Lounge"? Tel Aviv's Hot New Restaurant!

Posted by Iris Hami on May 31, 2013 9:39:47 AM

From Conde Nast Traveler ... Truth in Travel 
Chef Yonatan Roshfeld is a star of the New Israeli culinary scene. His spots Herbert Samuel and Yavne Montefiore are consistently among the top restaurants in Tel Aviv, and he’s got a stubborn commitment to local ingredients and using them with flair. He’s also a man of some mystique who would rather be preparing some deftly deconstructed seafood lasagna or dreamy Wonder Cake (an über-chocolaty take on babka) than dishing to the press, thank you very much. A Moroccan-French mix and to the kibbutz born, he’s pretty much a perfect fit for the jaunty new Alma Lounge restaurant at the eponymous boutique hotel situated in a renovated 1925 Tel Aviv townhouse. Its facade is mint green and cool—Roshfeld’s new menu, on the other hand, is more about heat. See More
Photo: CULINARY IN ISRAELWhat's for dinner at "Alma" in Tel Aviv?A Moroccan-French mix and to the Kibbutz born, Tel Aviv's star chef Yonatan Roshfeld is pretty much the perfect fit for jaunty new "Alma Lounge" at the eponymous boutique hotel situated in a 1929 townhouse. It's facade is mint green and cool. Roshfeld's new menu on the other hand is more about heat.

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