If you are curious about food, that's the place for you! perfect scenery too. I tried a few dips I had to take home, olive-based spreads with a lovely country bread. Organic fruit popsicles was a big hit in our family too!
colorful and intimate food market. The food looks great...places to eat...lovely wine shop. Even if plan on eating its wonderful to walk thru it and take in the sights and smells.
Nice little market with great food stands- Best for me is the herring baguette stand that maker amazing delicious sandwiches- try the herring but if herring isn't your thing they also have salmon, tuna, anchovies or sardines. Have a shot of vodka with it to cheer or a local brewed beer from the next door stand or even go healthy... 更多
The market is located on the center of the compund, lots of resturant around, the market itself are more active on Fridays but you can enjoy it all week, i recommend to grep couple of small dishes from the food stands and go our and seat on the deck infront of the sea.
We were here on a recent Friday. The Shuk itself in the main building is nice if a little smaller than expected and has a wide variety of stalls. Because it was a Friday, there was also a Farmers Market with stalls set up outside the main building. We bought quite a lot of produce including locally cheeses, which were... 更多
It's a small food market with some high quality products, but prices are especially high. It's nice if you only want to look and maybe buy a fruit shake or some exotic vegetable.
In the past, markets in Israel were strictly meant for the average person, to give them a large variety of food at low prices. In the 2000s however, some (especially in tourist areas) began to offer more high-end products, the markets themselves actually got new designs, specialty shops began to appear, etc. The Port Market (Shuk HaNamel) is one of... 更多