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Levinsky Market

Levinsky Market Restaurants

  • Yahaloma

    Founding this bistro was Yahaloma Levi’s dream. After leaving the communications world, she set up this beautiful oasis of an eaterie where she cooks to preserve the memories and tastes of the Egyptian fare she grew up with - and blend it with a contemporary twist.
  • Levinsky Burekas

    Burekas Levinsky make all their burekas by hand, with no margarine, and even offer a range of custom mixes alongside the traditional fillings.
  • Burekas Pinso

    For more than 70 years, Burekas Pinso has been cooking up delicious, crispy and fresh baked pastries like burekas, the longer and U-shaped Turkish-style burekas, and a Balkan version of the Middle Eastern slow-baked-dough Lachmajin. 
  • Boutique Naknik

    There are gourmet delicatessens and then there’s the Boutique Deli, offering a delectable range of fresh-cut meat sandwiches with gourmet spreads and breads.
  • Nayeb‘s Chef House

    Nayeb brings the tastes and smells of the Persian kitchen to the Levinsky market. Try the Gondi, a ground lamb or chicken meatball served in a chicken broth with herbs such as nana (mint) and basil.
  • Niso

    The Turkish kitchen reflects the wide-reaching reign of the Ottoman empire, traversing the Middle East to Europe on one side and the Near East on the other.
  • Cafe Kaymak

    Cafe Kaymak was first established three years ago as a vegetarian coffee shop that specialized in ethnic cooking. Over the years, the small coffee shop became a popular spot among the young and trendy of Tel Aviv.
  • Mati Bar

    Serving up beer from the wee hours of the morning to the late hours of the day, Mati is a must-stop for a committed group of regulars and authentic good drinking time seekers alike.
  • Benjamin

    The Lev family opened Benjamin as more than a beer and sports restaurant, offering typical sports bar dishes and beers alongside a range of home-cooking style Moroccan meals all handmade by the matriarch of the Levi family.
  • Falafel Eli

    Eli Falafel is proud to have spent the past 20 years serving up fresh and tasty falafel and shwarma in the Levinsky shuk.