Sarona Market, Tel Aviv

4.3
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 sightseeing planner makes visiting Sarona Market and other Tel Aviv attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Sarona market is not like you envisage any market. It is more like a food hall. The stalls are so clean. They really are shops, not stalls. A choice of everything you'd look for in a market, but it is...  more »
  • Don't miss this place when in Tel Aviv, especially if you are a foodie. Large variety of food option, from local food to international, street food, wines, pastries and more. Outside the market area t...  more »
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  • A must see and experience for any traveller! Lovely market with tons of food options! We ate at Wok to Walk and the food was really good. Reasonable price for the portion sizing. Colourful and bright, it was a great place to take photos and any amateur or professional photographer would enjoy the photo ops here. There is also a great outdoor space to sit on the grass right outside. I really enjoyed my time at Sarona!
  • A little too expensive due to high rent payments. Despite that, the market is pretty nice, mostly clean and tidy. The displays are well thought of, have beautiful colours and are fun to look at. The place feels a little undervalued, like it could have been much better if it was planned differently. Always feels crowded even when half empty (or half full, depends on your point of view). The covered part is my least favourite, in opposed to the outside area that's a lot more inviting. If you don't like any of the restaurants you can just get a freshly baked bread, some fine wine and cheese or whatever else you like and just sit on the grass to have a picnic. :)
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