We will start in the morning in the most important Carmel market tour in Tel Aviv and taste local and seasonal ingredients along with some local street food. We will speak about the development of food culture. Will taste the famous pita with hummus in a particular stand, and will have a Knafe desert after a few steps forward. You really have to come hungry there.
Next, we will walk in the Yemenite neighborhood established by Jewish immigrants from Yemen. Furthermore, will continue to Neve Tsedek quarter to feel the vibe of this stylish area with coffees and galleries.
The next stop will be the historical real first houses of Tel Aviv and the beautiful Rothchild boulevard. From there we will continue to Levinsky Market, where we will find the impressive rich variety of spices and discover traditional craftsmen who become rarer and rarer to find in the food industry.
Culinary expert, David Kichka, will talk about the food of the different ethnicities that became the pillars of the Israeli cuisine, both the traditional and the modern. We will also taste a variety of dishes here.
We will end the day tour in the old port of Jaffa. It is a picturesque ancient town, famous for a great number of art-shops, galleries, and food places. Lastly, we will surf the “flee market”. Will try local Israeli wines with special local cheese.