A taste of Israel

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Israel is arguably the hottest destination (in every sense) on the travel calendar right now, but if you haven’t got time for a trip to Tel Aviv or a jaunt to Jerusalem, why not discover a taste of Israel at the five star InterContinental Hotel in London?

The gourmet festival is taking place at the Park Lane hotel’s Cookbook Café from Monday 12 – Friday 18 September. The menu (the brainchild of Louise Noiman who worked with Marco Pierre White at Michelin starred restaurant Mirabelle) features 20 Israeli dishes that fuse Middle Eastern, North African, Mediterranean, Central and Eastern European influences to create an eclectic array of flavours. Expect dishes such as sea bream, fried fillet of barbounia and loin of salmon which work well when washed down with red and white wines from Israel.

Taste of Israel at the Cookbook Café will also feature art by Israeli artists, including the likes of Raphael Perez and David Adika. Speaking of the event, Rafi Shalev, director of the Israeli Government Tourist Office says: “The Israeli gastronomy and wine scene is one of the many hidden gems of the country. We are very proud of our fine food and wine and the ‘Taste of Israel’ event aims to bring that passion to London, and demonstrate the diverse and delicious cuisine stemming from Israel.”

To make a booking, please contact the Cookbook Cafe at hello@cookbookcafe.co.uk or call 020 7318 8563. For more information, please visit www.tasteofisrael.co.uk NB Reservations for Saturday and Sunday brunch are advised.

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