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FoodTour Package - 30 EUR

Start Date:12:00 20.11.2019 End Date:23:00 23.11.2019
Location:Jerusalem, Israel

FoodTour Package - 30 EUR

Start Date:12:00 20.11.2019
End Date:23:00 23.11.2019
Location:Jerusalem, Israel
Ticket Type Price Amount
The Old City Tour 30 €
Falafel Tour 30 €
Traditional Deli Food Tour 30 €
Total to Pay: 0
Ticket Type Price Amount
The Old City Tour 30 €
Falafel Tour 30 €
Traditional Deli Food Tour 30 €
Total to Pay: 0

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The Package Includes 1 single ticket to a Food Tour of your choice and a Voucher for a Yummy Challa Bread for Shabbat.


3 Types of tours at your choice:


1. Traditional Deli Food Tour - Thursday, November 21st on 14:00-16:00


2. Flafel Tour - Thursday, November 21st on 16:00-18:00


3. The Old City Tour - Saturday, November 23rd on 11:00-13:00



- All tours will take place in Jerusalem. Exact starting point will be sent to you close to the date of the festival.


- A Voucher for the Challa will be sent to you by email close to the date of the festival.



Food Tour - Description


The Old City Tour– Within the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem, humbly and modestly hides a culinary culture, unbeknownst to most that is particularly extensive and appetizing. This tour will reveal the food legends of the Old City, but not only. Starting with restaurants specializing in hummus peeking out from between souvenir shops and Middle Eastern juice stands and much more.


Falafel Tour – There is nothing more Israeli than Falafel. The golden falafel ball that long ago became the symbol, and sandwich, most associated with Israel — simple, tasty, flavorful, and nourishing for the body and the soul. Join us on a national mission to discover the best falafel in Jerusalem. We do not promise that you will find an unequivocal answer, but we do promise you that it will be abundant and delicious!


Traditional Deli Food Tour - What’s the difference between Kugel and Kiegel? How was Gefilte fish made in Europe and why did the ingredients change in Israel? How do you stuff Kreplach? And most important: Where can you find Tchulent during the week? In Jerusalem’s ultra orthodox neighborhoods Shabbat preparations begin already on Wednesdays for the Shabbat Queen. During the tour we will visit special food locations and try a variety of Eastern European style courses: Herring and pickles, Gefilte fish, Kugel, Tchulent and cheese filled blintzes, Krantz cake, Kamish cookies and Lekach cake.


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The Package Includes 1 single ticket to a Food Tour of your choice and a Voucher for a Yummy Challa Bread for Shabbat.


3 Types of tours at your choice:


1. Traditional Deli Food Tour - Thursday, November 21st on 14:00-16:00


2. Flafel Tour - Thursday, November 21st on 16:00-18:00


3. The Old City Tour - Saturday, November 23rd on 11:00-13:00



- All tours will take place in Jerusalem. Exact starting point will be sent to you close to the date of the festival.


- A Voucher for the Challa will be sent to you by email close to the date of the festival.



Food Tour - Description


The Old City Tour– Within the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem, humbly and modestly hides a culinary culture, unbeknownst to most that is particularly extensive and appetizing. This tour will reveal the food legends of the Old City, but not only. Starting with restaurants specializing in hummus peeking out from between souvenir shops and Middle Eastern juice stands and much more.


Falafel Tour – There is nothing more Israeli than Falafel. The golden falafel ball that long ago became the symbol, and sandwich, most associated with Israel — simple, tasty, flavorful, and nourishing for the body and the soul. Join us on a national mission to discover the best falafel in Jerusalem. We do not promise that you will find an unequivocal answer, but we do promise you that it will be abundant and delicious!


Traditional Deli Food Tour - What’s the difference between Kugel and Kiegel? How was Gefilte fish made in Europe and why did the ingredients change in Israel? How do you stuff Kreplach? And most important: Where can you find Tchulent during the week? In Jerusalem’s ultra orthodox neighborhoods Shabbat preparations begin already on Wednesdays for the Shabbat Queen. During the tour we will visit special food locations and try a variety of Eastern European style courses: Herring and pickles, Gefilte fish, Kugel, Tchulent and cheese filled blintzes, Krantz cake, Kamish cookies and Lekach cake.


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