If you like fast food and want to try the local fast food, Israel's Burger Ranch is McDonald's main competitor in Tel Aviv, like in the rest of the country. Burger Ranch has a total of 107 branches all over Israel, including several in Tel Aviv and they have taken over many of the former Burger King branches in the country (Burger King is no longer operating in the country due to the fierce competition on the fast food market). The first Burger Ranch branch was opened in 1972 on Ben Yehuda street in Tel Aviv, and the second one opened in 1978, also in Tel Aviv, but on Ibn Gvirol Street. So Burger Ranch is really Tel Avivian at heart, even though branches of this chain can now be found all over the country. Burger Ranch does not sell non-kosher products like cheeseburgers or seafood (many of the McDonalds branches in Israel are also kosher, by the way) but we highly recommend their fries (especially the ones with the jagged edges, so good!) and the spicier hamburgers. There are 4 glatt kosher Burger Ranch branches, one in Jerusalem, one in Petach Tikva and two in Bnei Brak, but none in Tel Aviv. For Passover, however, all of the branches offer buns for the hamburgers that are kosher for Passover.