I visited Tel Aviv a few years ago and was blown away by a sumptuous lunch. Dish after dish appeared full of olives, honey, cheese it was epic and the meal was rounded off with one of it's most famous dishes shakshuka. Arrive anytime between 1.00pm and 2.30pm for this banquet lunch of all things Israeli.
Shakshuka is the main dish but you will get at least 10 of the other dishes. There's lots of options so if you want vegan, diary free etc let me know when you book. Shakshuka is a delicious combination of eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce, onions, tomatoes, and spices are cooked until they form a delicious sauce that's made for dunking bread into.
Marinated feta cheese with rosemary, garlic and lemon
Shepherds salad of cucumber, tomatoes and herbs
Whipped feta with Bob the bee man's honey
Avocado, pea and mint dip
Beetroot, orange and fennel dip
Roasted crunchy chickpeas
Aubergine (you know I have a secret ambition to get people to eat more aubergine)
Slow roasted sunshine tomatoes
Roasted spiced nuts