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Torii Ramat Aviv's Asian Restaurant  celebrates its 3rd birthday  with a selected menu from across Asia and selected wines from the whole world


Torii – Asian Restaurant & Bar, located in Neve Avivim, Ramat Aviv, is a place that lies in the borderline between Asian Restaurant and updated Wine Bar, and is inspired by both worlds; thus, it offers intimate recreation experience, where the stress is on the atmosphere as well as on the food quality. 

Torii ("Entrance Gate to Sacred Temples" in Japanese) has opened a gate to the modern Asian kitchen with all its tastes and scents for its customers for 3 years; this kitchen combines east and west, traditional and contemporary, high-quality wines and selected menus from wide areas in Asia. In celebration of its 3rd birthday, starting in July, Torii will treat its customers with a treasure of surprises, sales and new dishes, including live shows every Friday, starting at 3 pm, hosting of leading chefs, such as cooperation with Indian master chef Sarandha, converting Torii into a modern Indian Restaurant; this, with a sale of unlimited wine at 33 NIS, and more.


Torii was founded owing to a great demand for a high-quality food and recreation place that is accessible to sushi and wine fans from Northern Tel Aviv and Ramat Aviv while saving a trip to the congested Central Tel Aviv. Accessibility is also a key word in a variety of other aspects, including service, prices, menu, and good food.


The forces combined behind Torii are the "Nelson" Group, which operates, among others, the "Tailor Made" Bar & Restaurant in Tel Aviv, and the "Nelson 33" Restaurant Chain, with branches in Givatayim and the Neve Avivim commercial center. The "Nelson" Group combined with two additional partners from the "Okinawa" Restaurant to achieve this project. This partnership provides this place with sparks of night life combined with excellent Asian food.


The menu was prepared by the chef of the "Okinawa" Restaurant and includes a variety of dishes of the new Asian kitchen, such as a variety of sushi dishes, first dishes, soups, main dishes, salads, Asian noodles, and great desserts. The alcoholic drinks offered include a variety of Japanese beers, and about 20 types of wines, including Israeli boutique wines.


We recommend you to check Torii's worthy business dishes, served from Sunday thru Thursday at 12 to 4 pm, where you can enjoy first and main dishes at the price of main dish only, from the offered menu.


Not only the restaurant's name is related to the Asian culture; its design includes Asian details, such as plates of light wood positioned in different places, carbon lamps, Bonsai trees in external planters and world music played in the background.

 

 

Torii : 13 Oppenheimer St., Neve Avivim, Tel Aviiv – 03-6204777


Opening hours: all week from 12 pm to 00 am

 

  Photos Silvia Golan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Dan Hotel chain enriches their hotel's and restaurant buffets with menus that will combine a selection of favorite Thai dishes which Israeli guests and tourists love.



 As part of the move, the network has sent two of its top chefs, chef Ofir Kedem at the Dan Eilat and chef Eric Porat from the Dan Acadia to study at the "Cordon Bleu" in Bangkok and experience professional tours in hotels and restaurants in Thailand to learn the secrets of the Thai cuisine to bring back with them to the guests at the Dan Hotels in Israel.



 Upon returning to Israel, chefs Kedem and Porat preceded by a special seminar which included 14 of the top chefs from the Dan hotels and guided them to the secrets of Thai cuisine. In addition, the Thai chef Swalli Eldar participated in the workshop and gave her Thai kitchen tips.

 

 

 Haim Spiegel, director of food and beverage hotels Dan said: "Thai cuisine has won over a large body of fans in Israel with the eclipse of Chinese restaurants. At the Dan hotels we were happy to 'take up the challenge', we sent two top chefs to study in Thailand and we are pleased to have our Far Eastern cuisines included at canteens and restaurants,"



The Dan Hotel chain enriches their hotel's and restaurant buffets with menus that will combine a selection of favorite Thai dishes which Israeli guests and tourists love.



The honorable ambassador  of Thailand Mrs.Angsana Sihapitak and members of the embassy was also present at the event , as well as Eyal Katzdan CEO of "F lying Carpet" tourism, and Stella Yudko producer and headliner of the exciting concert "Unforgettable".

 

I recommend it  !!!!!!!!

 

Photos Silvia Golan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raman Winery invites you to taste the good life.


Raman Winery is celebrating its 10th anniversary and the winning of a silver medal in the "Eshkol Hazahav 2015" competition. Raman is inviting you to spend your Saturday in a different, pastoral atmosphere, accompanied by wine tasting and boutique cheeses.

 

The event will be held on:


Saturday, June 6th, at Raman Winery, Moshav Nir Banim.


Entry and tastings are free of charge.


During the event wine will be sold at discounted prices.


For more information: 0542-099663, 0508-674505

 

Raman winery:


Raman Winery is a family boutique winery (with a capacity of 10,000 bottles per year. It is located in Moshav Nir Banim. The winery was founded in 2005 by Yair Raman, out of his passion for fine wine and the desire to involve his family with the business. Yair is the chief winemaker, an attorney by profession and has degrees in Accounting and Finance. Yair believes that winemaking is a type of art, and that for him winemaking is a combination of art and therapy.

 

 Photo provided by  Raman Winery PR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://youtu.be/ltMlx8yhpUk

 

 

 

VIDEO: Jerusalem biking festival combines sports and fun

This year, over 5,000 bikers took part in the Tour Jerusalem annual biking event.

 

Jerusalem Biking festival combines Sports & Fun

 

http://www.israel.org


Biking up and down across Jerusalem's hills, while enjoying the iconic walls of the old city and the many green parks is a unique experience. This year, over 5,000 bikers took part in the Tour Jerusalem annual biking event, which is being held for the third consecutive year.

 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltMlx8yhpUk&feature=youtu.be

 

 credit of this video the MFA.

 

 

 

 

 

Bar Giora Restaurant announces a new menu. The well-established restaurant that is located just a step from Dizengof Center mall is very popular and offers a wide selection of excellent meals, beverages and entertainment.


The restaurant is not new; it opened sixteen years ago and was purchased by Emanuel and Hugo Jorlette, two Belgian brothers, a couple of years ago. Emanuel and Hugo have enhanced the activities and concerts and now offer a new and improved menu with many unique entrees and a wide selection of alcoholic beverages.


Bar Giora has a nice open-air terrace that enjoys a pleasant breeze from the sea. It has a great atmosphere and is well-suited for business meetings, for a good meal after shopping, and also features romantic seating areas. There is also an indoors dining area with a trendy bar, and an Indy concert venue. It is also open for small events. 

 

 

The new menu offers tasty starters and entrees, many of them are unique to Bar Giora and they are all worth tasting! The new menu includes also vegetarian/vegan dishes. Here are a few examples from the new menu:
Chicken Liver Pate – served with Melba toasts and home-made pumpkin conserve.


Fried Mushroom & Cauliflower – fried in beer dough, served with spicy mayonnaise and teriyaki chili.


Sweet potato baked in the oven with warm lentils salad, spinach and roasted red onion.


Beet & Feta Salad – grated fresh beetroot with tomatoes, red onion, rocket leaves, grated feta cheese and a decoration of walnuts.


Surprise burger – Freshly ground beef, stuffed with goat cheese or Emmental, served with vegetables and fries.


Salmon burger – freshly ground Norwegian salmon, with caramelized onions, garlic confit, and herbs, served in a bread roll with vegetables and fries.


Steak & Egg sandwich – thinly sliced pieces of Entrecote with Dijon mustard, mayonnaise, red onion, tomato, rocket leaves, sunny side up and fried onion.


Tofu Tortilla – tofu covered with bread-crumbs served over guacamole, tomato, cucumber, and red pepper with a basket of tomatoes.


Peter Luger Cookie – home-made chocolate chip cake, served with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce.


Cadaif basket – served with mascarpone cream and seasonal fruit.


Noa Berry – spicy rum shaked with lemon, crème de casis, lychee liquor, and vanilla extract served with berries. Just the look of this will make you dizzy!


The full review in English:

http://eatrelaxenjoy.com/bar-giora-restaurant

The full review in Hebrew: Bar Giora Retaurant


Article written by Taly Sharon


Eat Relax Enjoy


http://eatrelaxenjoy.com

 

 Photos  Silvia Golan