Chef Eran Elhalal
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Eran's love of cooking was instilled by his grandmother Sara. It was in her tiny kitchen in Jerusalem that he was first exposed to Balkan food inspiring an interest that would take him much further.
In 1999 while in school, he started working and gaining experience in professional kitchens. In 2005 he moved to New York to study at the Culinary Institute of America, from where he graduated with honors. Immediately following graduation Eran held the position of Executive Chef at multiple restaurants in Manhattan. It was in 2010 that Eran opened his own restaurant in the Lower East Side - named Saro Bistro, honoring Grandma Sara by taking traditional recipes, regional wine, and spirits, creating a unique dining experience for New Yorkers. Simply put comfort food you did not eat growing up. Saro Bistro was Michelin Guide recommended from 2012 through 2014.
In 2014 Eran moved back to Israel where he now offers customers tailored dining experiences ranging from Vietnamese to Kansas City BBQue; from vegan to keto; from sit down fancy to casual family-style. All with the option of wine pairing with wines from Eran's company Saro Imports (www.saroimports.com).