The city’s fourth covered food shuk has little new to offer, but that hasn’t stopped the masses from flooding the place.
Tel Aviv restaurants
Collapse of pricey restaurants led to dozens of new hamburger eateries sprouting up in 2016, now comprising 12 percent of all restaurants in Israel.
At Sabroso, a Mexican stand in the Carmel Market, you won’t find original twists, a cool vibe or food that photographs well. And that’s exactly what’s great about it.
After opening branches of Hamiznon in Paris and Vienna, Shani is slated to open his first U.S. outpost next year in Manhattan. Yet another sign that Israeli cuisine is penetrating the local foodie scene.
Diners who were until recently prisoners to poor food at high prices now have the offerings of no few chefs in Israel.
Great falafel, decent schnitzel, fresh salads – Tel Aviv’s Falafel Gabay has all this, but the highlights are an authentic Jerusalem mixed grill and deep-fried ‘wonder balls’ that really live up to their name.
This sandwich place is worth wading through the crowded market in the summer heat. And it offers vegan options, too.
Get ready for your jaw to drop at the variety, abundance and especially the high standard of food - a wild celebration of quality ingredients and inspiring creativity.
Tel Aviv is quietly being taken over by a coffee revolution. Discover the hottest roasting houses and best blends of beans, as well as the most succulent sandwiches to snack on, on the side.
A new place in Jaffa – Tash & Tasha – joins the recent wave of Georgian restaurants popping up around the country, offering fun, tasty and inexpensive food.