The Perfect Restaurant Close to the Beach, Yankale

//The Perfect Restaurant Close to the Beach, Yankale

What else do you need when the food at Yankale is finger-licking and the restaurant is located five minutes away from the beach? Nothing really.

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Salads, salads and salads

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Caprese Sandwich

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Cesar salad

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Tomatoes Sauce Pastas

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Tomatoes Sauce Pastas

After a long day in the sun or before going down to the beach, it is always a great idea to stop by Yankale and get the famous ‘’caprese sandwich’’ which is just so good. The quinoa salad is also really refreshing on a hot summer day, it has little pieces of oranges, cranberries, onions, and goat cheese just like in the pictures above. If you have already been to this place.

Since I’ve been to Italy, I’ve become really picky with pastas but I can really say that Yankale has an amazing choice of sauces and pastas. My best friend ordered the ‘parpadele tomatoes sauce’ and I just had to taste some of it! I enjoyed them so much that I immediately regretted getting a salad. I know I’ll get pastas next time! Yum!

Khavatselet ha-Sharon St 36, Herzliya, Israel 

2016-10-28T01:48:26+00:00 July 18th, 2016|Israel|3 Comments

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