Our Tel Aviv food tour through the city’s Carmel Market will take you into the depths of Tel Aviv’s vibrant food scene, home to the trendiest eateries in the entire Middle East, and
Our Tel Aviv food tour through the city’s Carmel Market will take you into the depths of Tel Aviv’s vibrant food scene, home to the trendiest eateries in the entire Middle East, and many of the world’s hottest chefs. With so many of Israel and Tel Aviv’s flavors springing up in cities around the world, we’ll head to the heart of the action, the Carmel Market on this Tel Aviv Food Tour. Join other food-enthusiast travelers and explore with our foodie guide to understand what Israeli cuisine has to offer on this two-hour tour, providing a full-immersion in the Israeli food culture.
With a diverse and dynamic culinary scene in the city, a Tel Aviv food tour is the perfect way to get to grips with the background to the city’s flavors – and will introduce you to the melting pot which the city has become, through the different cultures and traditions which have been fused together to create this dynamic city. Walking in the Carmel Market, the food tour will introduce you to new flavors and ingredients which have become popular in dishes created by the generation of new, dynamic chefs who have perfected their craft here. The Tel Aviv Food Tour of the Carmel Market is available with guaranteed departures every Monday and Friday.
Tel Aviv food tour begins in front of Abulafia Bakery (Allenby Street, 45) at 12:30 pm (near the Carmel Market area).
Enter the market and walk through the side alleyways and streets known as the Kerem HaTemanim.
Take in the vibrant colors of the fruit and vegetables and spice markets with brightly hued ingredients and aromas. Your knowledgeable Tel Aviv food guide will not only explain and impart knowledge but also provide food samples along the way.
Enjoy sampling fresh Ghat and etrog juice with exotic and historical roots, Zaatar with Lahuh – a middle eastern herb blend with a soft Yemei fermented bread, Garinim – a mix of roasted seeds, a popular Israeli snack, Halva – a sweet confectionery made from sesame seeds, Dolmas – Druzian style rice wrapped in vine leaves and a seasonal market item. (Items are subject to change based on availability/seasonality).
Learn about the many ways in which different immigrant communities and cultures have contributed to the diversity of ethnic cuisines which can be found today in a multicultural city like Tel Aviv.
tel Aviv food tour itinerary Information
Price includes: 2-hour long guided walking tour, food tastings
Tour is available every Monday and Friday
If you purchase another tour with Tourist Israel, you can receive a 6 USD discount on this tour.