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The first Thai food festival in Israel is here

The first Thai food festival in Israel is here
Khao San Tel Aviv © Afik Gabay

Expect a slew of Israeli Thai food stalls, cultural shows, street art and lots of surprises!

Khao San Tel Aviv by Sprite is the first Asian culinary event of its kind, taking place on the trendy Nahalat Binyamin pedestrian street in Tel Aviv, from September 24 to September 26. Nahalat Binyamin street will be filled with street food stalls, arts and culture, bringing Thai magic to the heart of Tel Aviv. At the center of the first food festival of its kind, the Thai food stalls will feature the leading and most talked-about Asian restaurants in Israel, each serving unique and different dishes from Thailand's extensive culinary experience.

Vong © Boaz Lavi

Among the restaurants to attend will be: Thai at Har Sinai, Nithan Thai, Eisan Thai, Vong, Shi-Shi, Hiro Ramen, Tiger Lily, and more. In addition to the well-known restaurants at the festival, experienced Thai cooks who are living in Israel will serve the finest Thai cuisine from their own personal booths. The Jasper Johns bar will host a cocktail and alcohol bar combined with Sprite-Lime, and in the spirit of the bustling streets of Bangkok, along with traditional dance and singing performances arriving especially to Israel, there will be video performances, unique tropical fruit stalls, a traditional Thai massage complex and more.

Khao San Tel Aviv will operate on Nahalat Binyamin and Rambam and HaShomer Streets September 24-26, from 16:00 to 22:00.

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