Israeli Night

Israeli Night

Mediterranean dinner

This dinner minimum is 4 to 12 guests per dinner

Available on Thursday's at 6 pm

Middle Eastern Gastronomy / Israeli Night

  • Family friendly
  • Free parking / Street parking
  • Air conditioning
  • WIFI Available
  • Summerlin located about 20 minutes from Las Vegas Blvd

 

Enjoy the flavors of the  Mediterranean with chef Alon, ISRAELI NIGHT

Chef and Host Alon Hershkowitz welcomes you to share a unique dinner experience at his family home in Summerlin Las Vegas.

 

6- course dinner featuring: 

 

Sabich


From Tel Aviv streets sabich sandwich included baked pita bread in our wood fire oven and
layer of: fried eggplants, hard boiled egg, tomatoes, cucumbers, onion, parsley, cabbage, pickles, hummus, amba, tahini and schug “its a symphony of flavors”


Lenagev Hummus


From Jerusalem born the famous hummus served with olive oil, lemon, onion, parsley Laffa bread


Red Kubbeh Soup


Semolina dumplings with meat filling, a croquette made of bulgur In israel Marak kubbeh adom is a winter staple soup in israel for Friday Dinner


Falafel


From Jaffa a perfection of fried garbanzo beans, parsley, cilantro, garlic, onion and spices served with Israeli salad, tahini, Amba and fries


Shawarma


Lamb and chicken on Vertical grill cook slowly with spices and served with Laffa bread
Special rice and Tahini.


Malabi Rose Water Milk Pudding


The iconic Israeli dessert, known as malabi, has its roots in centuries-old recipes for puddings made of cow's milk - which can be found throughout the Middle East and Mediterranean Europe. Israeli malabi is often made with cornstarch Silky textured and light, the flower-scented pudding is topped with sweet syrup and nuts


About your host.

Hello ! My name is Alon, I was born in Tel Aviv Israel and I have been in the hospitality and restaurant business for over 30 years.  Food  is where my passion and soul is. I grew up watching my other cook and my father bake from an early age.

 

I worked for several resorts and hotels in Israel, and after I completed my education In Tadmor University, I have had the chance to travel to different countries and work for several different high end hotels.

 

Travel goes along with cooking, they are both intertwined. Knowing a countries cuisine will make you understand better their culture.

 

Sincerely,

Chef and Host

Alon

 

  • I am in my fifties
  • I speak fluent Hebrew and English
  • I am a professional chef and food scientist
  • Foodie
  • Event host
  • Entertainer

 

 

  • Covid-19

    Masks are  required once arrived at the venue. Temperature checks are mandatory at the door. Dinners up to 12 people only.

$120.00Price

Class Schedule

Dec 11 - Dec 17

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