15 "Israeli" Restaurants in New York.
Batata Pita Bar is an Israeli spot in Windsor Terrace with great sandwiches.
Breads Bakery in Union Square makes the best chocolate babka in the city, along with some great cookies, crusty French bread, and sandwiches.
Parchment is an at-home Israeli takeout project that specializes in excellent breads, dips, and salads.
Miznon North is a full-service Israeli restaurant on the UWS with other locations in Tel Aviv, Paris, and a counter in Chelsea Market.
HaSalon is a party restaurant in Hell’s Kitchen where you can dance on tables after eating enjoyable but very expensive Israeli food.
Balaboosta is a Middle Eastern spot from the people behind Taim, and it’s a good option for third dates or weeknight group dinners.
Tsion Cafe is a casual, friendly Ethiopian/Israeli restaurant in Harlem, and it’s one of our favorite places for a low-key meal in the neighborhood.
Kubeh is a casual West Village Middle Eastern spot. The soups are the signature dish, but there are great mezze dips, platters, and shakshuka as well.
Nur is a Middle Eastern restaurant in Flatiron where you can eat excellent breads and creative dishes.
Reunion is a low-key Israeli cafe in Williamsburg, and it’s great for a casual breakfast or brunch when you don’t want to deal with a long wait.
A falafel sandwich at Taim is the best thing you can get in NYC for less than $10 and also theoretically eat daily without disastrous consequences.