Shuk Hanamal, Hangar 14, Tel Aviv Portby Sarit Goffen | 26.02.14
Culinary is not just the domain of restaurants. Today, many culinary buffs prefer to cook and bake by themselves.
Gastronomy enthusiasts, cooks and lovers of hosting will surely agree that Shuk Hanamal (the Farmer’s Market) at Tel Aviv’s harbor is foodie’s dream. On the Tel Aviv sea-shore, with a gorgeous view, any cook can find what s/he desires.
The market is located in a two-stories building at Hangar 12 in Tel Aviv Port and is similar to other internationally leading market such as La Boqueria in Barcelona and the Borough Market in London.
The opening of the Israeli market was a step ahead in the Israeli leisure and culinary culture. Architect Roee Hemed, one of the domain’s entrepreneurs was also the designer.
As a first of its kind in Israel, the market targets foodies all through the week. It is open six days a week from Monday to Saturday.
The market features the best food shops in the country, all gathered under one roof they offer quality meat, fish and fresh seafood, cheeses, aromatic olive oil, a variety of olives and spreads, fresh pasta, cold cuts and handmade sausages, spices, legumes, artisan beer, pickled fish, fruits and vegetables in an unrivaled quality, freshly baked good and other quality raw materials.
But more than anything, the market is a people’s market. Entering the market you will be welcomed by “juices of the market”- fresh juices stall that celebrates the seasons with seasonal fruits, or the wonderful aroma of Café Diama’s coffee – a café that serves coffee, pastry and gelato in Italian flavor. Robust Reem that will enjoy filleting any cutlet of meat you will choose.
Beautiful Maya in the primo deli. Ziv Green is “the green man” that specializes in organic agriculture. Yaniv and his smiling blue-eyed wife. Mr. Agababa that supplies a variety of vegetables and green leaves.
“Fiori”- Italian market-bar by Oren Goldwasser. Shlomi “Hakole” and more.
You are welcomed to come and enjoy quality local produce