Ima at the corner of Agrippas and Ben Zvi.
Tel Aviv - Friday morning has several food courts where you'll find these items together with tshulent, gefilte fish and other "Jewish foods" from around the globe. The biggest is at the Dizengoff center. You can take away or eat there standing or sitting on benches.
There are, also, 2 restaurants, one called Sender. another Batya, I'll post the addresses later.
Sender - 54 Levinsky phone 03-5371872
Batya - 95 Ha-Hashmonaim 03-522135. Sender has better reviews.
Just to clarify, the one mentioned by Chana in post 1 is in Jerusalem; Shoshi's recommendations in post 3 are in Tel Aviv.
Shmulik Cohen Restaurant, Herzl 146, Tel-Aviv.
In Jerusalem you can go to Heimishe Essen - 19 Keren Kayemet St.
I understand your nostalgia for the Ashkenazi foods of your childhood. I grew up with those goodies too and love them as well. But, to be honest, you'll find the Ashkenazi Jewish cuisine in New York far better than what you're going to find in Israel. Having said that, the food in Israel is superb. So after the stuffed cabbage, gefilte fish and chopped liver, why not try our wonderful chumus, shwarma, and all the other Middle Eastern delicacies Israel is abundant with.
Hi there, Try the Tulip Restaurant in Tel Aviv. Its Hungarian and its DELICIOUS!!!!!!!! Look it up in Google. The place is not big but brilliant. Please , go ther hungry the portions are huge.
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