The Most Delicious Food in Palestine

Palestine is a complex territory in the Middle East. But the place is incredibly amazing and the food as well. Whether you’re on a business trip or a long vacation, we have made a list of the best food in Palestine that you must try.

Find our number one Palestinian nourishments and must-attempt neighborhood dishes, from fantastic cracked servings of mixed greens, to sweet dates and kebabs cooked over hot coals. 


Knafeh is a cake Palestinians fuss for. Think destroyed cake moved with a gentle white cheddar, caramelized in a hazardously delectable nectar syrup. Pistachios are the last segment. The city of Nablus is viewed as the focal point of knafeh-production. Or on the other hand attempt the Holy Land Sun café in the close by lovely town of Sebastia. 

Jericho dates 

Palestine’s Medjool dates are vulgarly stout and sweet, especially around Jericho. Date ranchers Nakheel Palestine, where the ladies deal with the creation side of the 40,000 palm trees, flexibly hand-picked clingy pearls that are the crème de la crème and have won various awards. 

Olive Oil 

‘Zaytoun is the Arabic word for olives,’ clarifies Heather Masoud, prime supporter of Zaytoun, the social endeavor liable for bringing Palestinian produce to the worldwide stage. Also, it’s zaytoun that is designed into Palestinian culture. Exceptional olives and olive oil originate from the agreeable of Canaan, up around Burqin where the lavish slopes of the north host old olive trees dating 3,000 years. 


Freekeh is a green wheat, roasted with a solid smoky flavor. On the off chance that you need to utilize it like Palestinians, generally they blend it in with spices and stuff courgettes, aubergines and plant leaves with it, a cycle called mahshi. 


In the event that you need to cook or eat like a Palestinian, attempt musakhan. It’s an overwhelming combo of olive oil, sumac, caramelized onions and entirely cooked chicken on flatbread. ‘It’s for the most part viewed as our public dish,’ clarifies Kattan.

The Best Hotels in Portugal

So you’re coming to Portugal. We’ve been around this country for so long and to tell you the truth, decades of staying here is not enough to circumnavigate the place and see every ounce of its beauty. However, if you are coming here for a vacation we suggest that you choose a hotel that is close to your desired destination for quick access. Here are some of the best hotels that you can stay in when you’re in Portugal.

The Yeatman

The Yeatman is one of the most unique hotels in Portuga. It is the only hotel with a decanter-shaped pool with a huge cellar filled with 25,000 bottles of wine. How awesome is that? This hotel is known for its mesmerizing views over Porto and spacious rooms. What is more impressing is that it has a Michelin-starred restaurant. You need to really bring extra cash if you want to get the most of The Yeatman.

Tivoli Carvoeiro Algarve Resort

Tivoli Carvoeiro Algarve Resort lies low along the clifftop of India and offers a great view of the sea. It hotel boasts 243 white-washed rooms that offer a cosy and breathable atmosphere. When you enter the hotel, you will be met with the artistic interiors. You can only glare in admiration. Well, it’s no surprise that this hotel has a spectacular interior as they own it to Broadway Malayan, a group of meticulous interior designers in India.

Altis Avenida

The Altis Avenida is perfectly situated on Praҁa dos Restauradores. Although it was built in 1940s, this hotel remains to be a beautiful gem waiting for everyone to discover. The rooms are elegantly design plus here is a rooftop restaurant that offers sumptuous food for everyone. You should add this on your bucket list when visiting Portugal.

Hote The Vine

Hotel The Vine dazzles in the middle of Funchal. It has an amazing façade and cozy interior. You will love every room of it and the rooftop pool is totally awesome. What makes this hotel unique is the furniture that resembles twisted vines. If you love purple then the rich purple fabrics of this hotel will make fall in love over and over again.