While the range of Jerusalem eateries will never rival that of cosmopolitan Tel Aviv, you can eat very well in the holy city. Middle Eastern food is a strong suit. Modern Israeli fare draws on the plethora of fresh produce and the local emphasis on seasonal fruits and vegetables. Proportionately, there are far more kosher establishments than in Tel Aviv, but fear not: the food can be just as varied
and delicious, and the dietary restrictions often hardly noticeable.
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