Moshe Ve’Benav Nuts & seeds

Moshe opened his convenience store in the sixties, and since then, the place has evolved and expanded. Now, behind the storefront sits a small factory where you will find Moshe himself roasting fresh nuts. In addition to nuts, one can find a large variety of the sweetest dried fruits. This is a favourite store among the locals so if you are looking for something tasty to snack on Moshe Ve’Benav Nuts & Seeds is just the place for you.

Pereg Spices

It all started in 1906 with the Freij family, who fell in love with the culinary world. They particularly took a liking to exotic spices.The family began importing specialty ingredients from around the world already in their first few years of business. After arriving to Israel, the family changed their name to Pereg, meaning ‘poppy seed’, which became their famous brand name. Their shop on Levinsky street grew and prospered as the demand for these products in the market escalated. Nowadays at Tavlinei Pereg, customers can find just about any spice they are looking for, in just about any form!

Cafe B’Shuk

Cafe B’Shuk has a very interesting history. Once called Cafe Stern, it was a coffee shop that served the clientele of the market for many years. Ya’akov and his brother specially selected and ground the beans to create aromatic, unique blends of quality coffee. In 2011, Shiri Katzev, from Cafe Alkalai (located in North Tel Aviv), paid a visit to Cafe Stern, and fell in love with Ya’akov’s coffee. It was decided that she would take over the shop, so long as she preserved his special blend, which is freshly roasted every day!

California Market

California Market is one of the oldest places in the market. When the brothers were in their 40’s, they began selling a variety of nuts, snacks, and dried fruits. Since then, the market boasts about the many types of unique dried fruits available there, like banana, mango and papaya. The roasting is done on site, by hand, by only the most experienced in this art.


The acclaimed Eric Rosenthal was nicknamed ‘The Magician’, being one of the top wizards of falafel in the land of Israel. Ha’Kosem set the hummus and falafel standards for the competition throughout Tel Aviv, from the level of cleanliness, to the meticulous service. The famous falafel bursts with fresh coriander, which enhances the flavors of this traditional dish. The hummus is homemade, and the pita bread is gourmet. Over the years, Rosenthal’s popular restaurant has made quite a name for itself, as everyone knows that ‘The Magician’ prepares the finest Israeli food, served in an exceptional manner. From shawarma, to sabich, to shakshuka, Ha’Kosem successfully fills the stomachs of hundreds of hungry diners every day!

Basher Fromagerie

When standing at the doorstep of Basher Fromagerie, the size of the store makes it difficult to believe that this is the biggest cheese shop in the country. But don’t let the size deceive you. Upon realizing that you are looking at more than 1000 types of cheese, most of which are Israeli, it quickly becomes clear as to why they hold the title! Eli Basher fell in love with the European cheese culture in Paris and now imports cheeses, beers, wines and more, in an attempt to share his love of high quality delicacies. If you are looking for a specific kind of cheese, you are sure to find it at Basher Fromagerie.

HaMeiri Cheese Shop

In Safed, overlooking the summit of the summit, surrounded by the wall of the Galilee mountains and the azure skies, they are joined by the grace and the hidden that has become one of the most magical cities in Israel.
Meiri Safed Dairy is the first dairy in the country, and has been producing gourmet cheeses for the past 170 years on the purity of sheep’s cheese only.

Elements Cafe

Tired of falafel & shwarma? Come to Elements Cafe and eat delicious food and feel great and healthy! 100% Gluten-Free & Vegetarian. We cater to people special food needs. We are 100% Gluten free. We sell amazing Vegan Pizzas! All the food is made fresh and daily. Smoothies, Vegan Ice-cream, Raw gourmet food and desserts.

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal’s Bedouin tent is available for events including up to 300 guests: weddings, Hina parties, Bar Mizvas, birthdays etc.

Taj Mahal offers you unique hospitality that combines east with west. Come enjoy the amazing view of the Dead Sea and breathtaking hills and the magical oriental atmosphere.

The air-conditioned Bedouin tent, decorated in a Moroccan style with seating on high mats, is the perfect place to hold events of all sorts (for up to 200 people). At Taj Mahal you will be hosted with Middle Eastern music, dancing, a rich and varied menu including all sorts of drinks and the crowing glory – a belly dancer and drumming circle.

At Taj Mahal you can enjoy the best of the Middle Eastern kitchen. Recommended dishes include: Mixed grill, pita with olive oil and labane, a selection of Middle Eastern salads and more.

Delicatessen 79/81

Delicatessen is a deli located in central Tel Aviv known for its baked-goods, salads, sandwiches and on-the-go foods. Not only is the food great, but the atmosphere and outdoor seating make it great for dining in for breakfast or lunch. This restaurant uses low-heat in their cooking to create a variety of options and flavors, and uses the most high-quality products to prepared foods fresh each day. About 9 years ago, Delicatessen expanded their restaurants and bakeries to make it convenient for consumers to stop by and grab a bouquet of flowers, desserts, deli foods, cheeses, breads, and a bottle of wine. The owner of Delicatessens is well-known throughout Israel and has several other successful establishments throughout the country that always receive high praise for their quality of food and service.