Seeking to “combine the old world with the new world” and inspired by famous markets such as Spain’s La Boqueria, London’s Borough Market, and two famous American markets, Eataly and Chelsea Market, the 8,700 square meter market aims to give shoppers “the full power and all the flavours of modern Israeli cuisine”.
Now the largest indoor market in the entire country, shoppers can expect to find international goods like Far East spices, Atlantic seafood, French champagne and cheeses from around the world right next door to local wines, boutique beers, Mediterranean fish and local-grown fruits and vegetables from the Arava.
The best part? Sarona Market will be open seven days a week to flaunt its goods. Stop by the ever-growing Sarona complex and let us know what you think!