Inside the 140 year old former German Templar colony in Tel Aviv is the recently opened Sarona Market, Israel's largest indoor market and a haven for all foodies.
The 8,700 square metres of renovated building, houses 89 food businesses all hoping to attract the culinary elite with boutique restaurants, bars, cafes and specialty food shops seven days a week.
Sarona has stemmed from the inspiration of the many of the world's wonderful food markets, such as London's Borough Market, Spain's La Boqueria and America's Chelsea Market, all attracting local chefs, food lovers and tourists alike.
Sarona is packed with local Israeli produce, including seafood, olives and farmer's produce, as well as cheeses, pasta and patisserie from France and Italy, amongst other countries delighting in their gastronomy.
Celebrity chef Yisrael Aharoni has opened his popular Japanese noodle soup restaurant 'Ramen' and Chef Segev Moshe's world class fish restaurant is also pleasing the locals and tourists alike with their food. A Basher Fromagerie, the world famous French patisserie Fauchon and Israel's own Tasting Room are all now showcasing their culinary artistry, in a market in Tel Aviv that never sleeps....