This move violates rules that state the prime minister's residence can not expense catered meals while also employing a chef.
In the case against Sara Netanyahu, which Israelis refer to as the "meals-ordering affair" the prime minister's wife and Saidoff allegedly falsified documents so that food from outside companies and private chefs could be used, even though there was a full-time chef employed at the residence.
Mr Netanyahu also faces several police investigations into alleged corruption.
The meals were ordered from gourmet restaurants between 2010 and 2013 in violation of rules that prevent those living in the prime minister's residence from ordering meals from the outside when there is a cook on staff. His decision to indict Sara Netanyahu is likely to put some of those questions to rest and be taken as a sign he is prepared to move against the prime minister. The newspaper, however, says there is no indication Netanyahu would step down over the charges against his wife.
Meals also came from Cavalier, described by reviewers on Trip Advisor as "the only notable" French restaurant in Jerusalem before it closed previous year, and from the Sheraton Plaza restaurant, then led by chef Shalom Kadosh.
She has denied any wrongdoing.
Two List A records on the same day
Roy hooked a short delivery for four over midwicket and next ball, when Stanlake, again dropped short, he hooked him for six. Jhye Richardson took three for 92 in 10 overs while medium-pacer Andrew Tye's nine wicketless overs cost 100 runs.
Sara Netanyahu has denied the charges and refused to settle the payment out of court.
In a statement, lawyers for Sara Netanyahu called the indictment "absurd and delusional" while proclaiming her innocence. "The prime minister's wife, who is not a public servant, does not know the regulations, and passed a polygraph test when she was asked about this".
In February, the Israel police recommended indicting him in two corruption cases on suspicion of accepting bribes, fraud and breach of trust.
If convicted, she could face a maximum sentence of five years behind bars, though that seemed unlikely.
Netanyahu has been able to rally his base by presenting himself as the victim of a politically motivated witch hunt. It follows claims that the news website Walla, owned by Bezeq Telecom, gave the government favourable coverage in return for regulatory benefits.