Debra Kamin visited Acre, an ancient seaport in northern Israel, and was swept away by one of its tiny restaurants. In her article titled, “Israel’s Best-Kept Secret: This Food City on the Mediterranean”, Kamin writes, “It’s a stretch to call Maadali, a postage-stamp-size eatery in the northern Israeli city of Acre, a restaurant. This little stall, tucked inside the city’s Old Turkish Bazaar and featuring a single stovetop and three tightly packed tables, is no bigger than many home kitchens. You won’t find a set menu, or set operating hours, either.”