Chef Erez Komarovsky

Visit Website | 972-3-9772929

Erez Komarovsky was our expert on food in the North of Israel. Famous for igniting a passion for fine bread in Israel, Erez now offers incredible cooking and baking workshops in his Matat home. The workshops are open to the public as well as organized groups and offer an unforgettable day of fine food, great wine, breath-taking views and plenty of inspiration to take home.

Tal Pelter, Pelter Winery

Email | Location | 972-542-486663

At his higher-altitude vineyard in the Golan Heights, Tal Pelter grows boutique wines comparable to the best in the world. The northern geographical location creates ideal ripening conditions - snowy winters, late onset of spring (April), long ripening at relatively low summer temperatures, day/night temperature differentials and high levels of sun radiation. It's a small winery, very intimate. Tours are available, please coordinate your visit in advance by phone or email.

For those unable to visit the winery, Pelter Wines are available across the world and represent the best of Israel's growing boutique wine scene.

HaBeit - Traditional Arabic Food

Website | 053-8094937 | Ein Hud, Ein Chud

Habait Be'Ein Hud in the hills outside Haifa, serves authentic home-style Arabic food without a set menu, serving whatever is fresh and in season. Mohammed Mubarak and his entire village come together to serve generous portions of tasty food with a lovely view. Food lovers in the know think this may be the best Palestinian food in Israel. Be sure to arrive in time for sunset. Reservations are a must!

Hussam Abbas, El Babour

Website | 1 Umm alFahem Road, Umm el Fahm, Israel, 04-611-1798
El Babor & the Sea: Website | HaHaganah 2 Ako, Acre, Israel, 04-9891219

Husam Abbas offers Palestinian food that is renowned in Israel for it's delicious flavors. Serving the best in Arabic cuisine, he is famous for his “Kebab El Babour”, lamb grilled on cinnamon sticks - then baked with fresh laffa.