The complex was originally built in the 1870s by German Templars. The British took it over in the 1930s, and handed it to Israeli leadership in 1947, shortly before the establishment of the state of Israel. The facility hosted some government ministries in the early days of the state, until 1949. Restoration of the area began in 2006, and it was fully opened to the public in 2014.
Taste and buy these fantastic German premium oils, vinegars and liqueurs. After purchasing a bottle, you can always bring it back for a refill.
There are over 100 different flavors of halva available to you, and you can taste the all before you buy. You can watch them make fresh tahini from their in-store stone mill.
Fauchon Tel Aviv
Taste delicate French pastries in the Tel Aviv branch of this classic Paris chain. Carry out, or treat yourself to a delectable eat-in experience.
Taste classic Middle Eastern here. Their signature Hummus comes in twelve different varieties, and can be enjoyed with numerous seasonal salads, soups and dishes.
This Indian eatery is led by Israeli celebrity chef and Master Chef judge Jonathan Roshfeld. The one-page menu is sure to delight, and large portions will fill hungry visitors.
Eat lobsters fresh from the aquarium or try both the hot and cold entrees made from fresh fish. There is also a selection of interesting ethnic dishes, like the Thai tom yam soup.
While Hiro may not be the first place to serve ramen, this Ramen Bar led by celebrity chef Yisrael Aharoni is the only restaurant in Tel Aviv dedicated to serving Ramen meals in a bowl.
If you like burgers, you don’t want to miss this stop on your food tour. Meat Bar exclusively serves juicy, delicious hamburgers on a homemade bun with a side of fries. Visiting Sarona and tasting its delicacies is a must stop on your visit to Tel Aviv. Rent a car and spend the day there.
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