Do not expect a market like the ones you know from other countries, It is more an area with many small streets in which you can find anything you are interested in. There are many small stores selling spices and authentic traditional foods. Many restaurants - and overall - it is really inexpensive. There is also a " card" called... 更多
we orderd it from the net - yall basta - it is not really a market - more a street with authentic small shops, it is a mix and colorful array of flavors and tastes from different communities around the world. From Polish salted herring to Turkish burekas, and Syrian cured olives to Tunisian sandwiches, Shuk Levinsky has everything to... 更多
This market is mostly F&B, with new cafes and old-style shops serving the more traditional selection of Israeli food. I always see the shops selling spices and such, I would usually come here for a bargain on chocolates. There are a few non-F&B shops but I never really pay attention to them. Best if you're here for a cheap meal,... 更多
Levinski Market is a short area with lots and lots of spice market stalls. They all seem pretty much identical, so hard to see why you choose one over the other, but it was an enjoyable activity going in and out of the tiny shops. Lots of good aromas and places for some snack eating.
We booked the tasting tour of the market on line and picked up vouchers at the market. This included a Barcode to scan to get audio in Hebrew or English. Plan to spend at least half a day there but places start closing down around 4 pm. The 6 tastings were all very good so although it's not a meal... 更多
Go there, the food is cheap, but great, its is not to much full of people. Go for the meat sandwich at. Levinsky 43 . Just tell the guy you want meat and you will see heaven. also go for the spanech burekas on the street the two locations are great and tasty. Wonderfull experience ....
Was here last Friday and I come here almost every Friday morning and buy our deli needs for the week. I especially love Haim Refael's deli...been around for ever and worth it!
Two main markets in TLV Carmel market and Levinski market both named after the appropiate street adresses. Levinski market in the Southern part of the city is smaller but rich with flavours of the Balkan and Middle East It is a collection of special shops,many of the owners are originaly from Greece-Saloniky,Bulgaria,and Turkey,with the flavours of the Balkan
Levinski market is located in the southern area of Tel Aviv, deep in the local wholesale region. There is no specific market area but just a myriad of small shops catering mainly to the belly of the hungry visitor. Spices, nuts, smoked and salted fish, hot borekas (cheese or cheese with spinach filled filo pastry), speciality ice cream (milk of... 更多