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Sarona Market, Tel Aviv
(4.3/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
Roam the vibrant stalls of Sarona Market, the largest indoor market in Israel. You can sample a variety of local and international delicacies at the spacious, covered marketplace, part of the Sarona shopping and dining complex. Fresh fruit, seafood, aromatic spices, and drinks line the market stalls, while numerous snack shops and small eateries offer their dishes and desserts. Check out the gourmet French confectionery, or browse an array of cheese and wines. Our Tel Aviv trip itinerary maker makes visiting Sarona Market and other Tel Aviv attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • After a nice breakfast we went into the market. Vibrant, busy and cool. Lots of restaurants, homeware stores, deli style stands and wine bars. I liked some of the kitchen accessories you can find here...  more »
  • A space with interesting gastronomic options, in a historical place a little ruined aesthetically with modern constructions. It is OK to give a walk and not much else.
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  • Amazing food market with lots if nice restaurants. Not enough vegan places and dishes if you ask me... 
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  • I was really impressed by the market. Alot of awesome shops that feature good, innovative and delicious food. The variety is large, and the shops are run by famous Israeli chefs. I've been to some very famous food markets in the world, and I have no doubt that this market is just as good. The prices are medium-high, but are definitely worth it!
  • Ourdoor mall in a park, but it does not feel like a mall. there is the sarona market, where there is delicious food, mostly baked cookies and cakes, also pizaa etc. But its a park and here and there are café's and restaurants, shops on top of the restaurants or by themselves but no shop windows , so it looks like a bungalow park. Very pleasant atmosphere
  • Cool european styled place. Cool stuff, tasty food. Expensive.
  • Sarona Market is the best indoor food market in Israel. You'll find there lots of places to eat, food stalls that include cuisines from all around the world, and local food too. I've been there many many times and still hadn't tried it all - the vareity is huge! Be sure that for such an upscale place, the prices are respectively higher than normal. All in all: Definetly worth a visit!
  • Great assortment of food for any taste. Be ready to make a hard choice. We tried Indian (was awesome), some crazy waffle tower with ice cream (amazing!) and macaroons in French corner (was a bit disappointing).