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The lobster, the socks, Shabbat and the bill of course: Sarah and Benjamin Netanyahu dined, and the network is boiling - voila! Food

2023-03-25T13:41:32.545Z


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was recorded in London together with his wife Sara Netanyahu, during a meal at Gordon Ramsay's "River" restaurant, in the Savoy Hotel. All the details in Walla's article! Food >>>


A demonstration against the legal revolution outside Downing 10 during Netanyahu's meeting with the British Prime Minister (documentation on social networks according to Article 27A of the Copyright Law)

There are quite a few things that can be done on a long weekend in London, which will make the despair more comfortable.

Just ask Benjamin Netanyahu.



A day after his slightly awkward meeting with his British counterpart Rishi Sunak, and amid the incessant background noise of the Israeli protest against the legal coup led by him, the Prime Minister was recorded dining at "The River" restaurant in the Savoy Hotel where he is staying.

Next to him naturally sat his wife Sarah, as well as four other people - two couples, apparently.



Seemingly, a completely normative meal that shouldn't move anyone in London, and in Israel.

In practice, another match to the fire of the boiling network, and another reason to quarrel.

Normative, apparently.

The Netanyahu couple's feast

On the net:


the country is collapsing and Sarah in London is in trouble pic.twitter.com/G6R3Hunjnw

— Liri Borek Shavit (@lirishavit) March 25, 2023

The video, 14 seconds long, shows a somewhat crude zoom-in from a table near the Netanyahu's dinner.

It is not clear from him what was ordered to the table (although the lobster from the recording diner has already been raised to "a restaurant that serves shrimp on Shabbat how dare he" and the like), and it is certainly not clear if this was the couple's first choice for this meal, but the relaxed atmosphere is evident.



The menu of the restaurant, one of the main food branches in the British capital of the famous chef Gordon Ramsay, aspires high.

It offers three types of caviar (from 48 pounds for 10 grams to 380 pounds for 50 grams) and a similar amount of oysters, burrata salad with eggplant and smoked almonds (15 pounds, not far from Tel Aviv prices, really) mains such as the fish and cheese Gordon's fries, pork chops, steak in pepper sauce and the same lobster scramble (half for £42, double that).



For dessert, slices Ramsey Sticky-Toffee Pudding, Tiramisu, Apple Crumble and also a cheese plate from the kingdom.

Oh, and there's also rosé champagne of course, at a sparkling £25 a glass, the cheaper of the two on offer, if anyone wants it.

Love overcame disgust

The cafe was threatened with a boycott because of the demonstration.

The Israelis responded, and in a big way

To the full article

Relaxation in a restaurant, a mess on the street.

The London protest against Netanyahu (Photo: Reuters)

In more routine and quiet days, this record could have been a symbol of Israeli normality, but these days are the exact opposite of routine and quiet

In more routine and quieter days, this record could have been a symbol of Israeli normality, 14 seconds of bored smiles and nothing more, and definitely something you can expect a couple to do when staying in London.

Yes, even if one of the spouses is the Prime Minister of Israel.

But these days are the exact opposite of routine and quiet, and they are like that because of that diner from Target.

And so, a crazy network storm of course.



"At the baron's expense (we)", one of the surfers responded to the documentation when he floods the issue of financing this trip.

"They don't eat kosher and desecrate Shabbat, but impose crazy religious laws on us," commented another on the blatant hypocrisy, while quite a few followers pointed to the diner sitting next to Netanyahu, who led them to change the order of priorities.

"I know what I will protest about tonight - against Birkenstocks with socks," they announced fashionably.

"Fateful week".

Demonstration against the legal coup in Kaplan (Photo: Reuven Castro)

The leaders of the protest against the legal revolution announced over the weekend the implementation of a "National Paralysis Week".

It will include, according to both tentative and rigid planning, protest actions against coalition members, "paralysis days", a demonstration in front of the Knesset building, but also "a step up" and "protest events that we cannot disclose now".



Tonight (Saturday) there will be a demonstration for the 12th time in a row at Kaplan Junction in Tel Aviv, which will be joined by dozens of protest centers throughout the country.

"We are entering the fateful week in the history of the State of Israel," explained the leaders of the resistance, "in the face of the attempt to turn Israel into a dictatorship, millions will take to the streets."

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Source: walla

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