The Big Felafel

Attention Chocolate Lovers: How to find the best chocolate in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, the Galilee, and more

Dark, white, truffles, bars, bittersweet, milk, fondue – if any or all of these types of chocolate make your mouth water, get ready for Sandra Andrews-Strasko’s Guide to Chocolate in Jerusalem, Guide to Chocolate in Tel Aviv, Guide to Chocolate in the Golan and Galilee and Guide to Chocolate in Israel.

Sandra’s guides detail each chocolate spot with the location, website, telephone number, if it’s kosher, type of store (restaurant, retail, etc.), and an honest review and recommendation.The ratings “take into account the quality of the chocolate, service and overall atmosphere of the seller”.

The most detailed review is about little-known “Chocolat” at 8 Arlozorov St. in Jerusalem that carries a range of different chocolates from truffles and fondue to chocolates I never heard of or realized were available in this part of town. To top it off, Chocolat shares the name of the famous movie, Chocolat, and could easily turn its own story into the sequel.

Sandra, if you’re reading this, and ever decide to update your chocolate guides, I offer my exquisite taste-testing talents.


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  1. Rebecca–
    I was flattered and thrilled to come across your post. I hope that my nine months of work in Israel will make it easier for chocolate lovers to get the goods. Aryeh Cohen just wrote a series of articles in the Jerusalem Post about Israeli chocolate. I’ll continue to spread the word in the diaspora.


    | Reply Posted 14 years, 8 months ago
  2. * Rebecca says:

    Sandra – Thanks for stopping by and commenting! mmm… chocolate. I could go for some right about now.

    | Reply Posted 14 years, 8 months ago
  3. * nathan joyce says:

    j aimerai diffuser des chocolats badatz sur natanya qui peut me renseigner? merci d avance

    | Reply Posted 13 years, 3 months ago

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