Meet our chef and head for a tour of the bustling Levinsky Market,
founded in the 1920s by Balkan immigrants. You’ll wonder amongst the locals who come here to get the freshest fruits and vegetables, soak up the smells of the delightful spices and discover the wide range of culinary tastes. After this enchanting experience, he will take you to his Tel Avian kitchen for a cooking workshop on signature dishes found in Israel, using the ingredients gathered at the market. Beteavone (Bon Appetit), like we say here!
You will conclude with a feast of flavors and cocktails
WORKSHOP LINE-UP AND MENU
Tasting treats from the market
Baba garnish with green tahini (flame smoked eggplant with a sesame dip sauce blended with lots of parsley)
Almond labane with zaatar and pomegranate (zesty nut cheese with a special herb and sesame seasoning)
Freekeh (smoked green wheat) salad with dried figs, pistachios, parsley, mint and sumac dressing
Oyster mushroom shwarma
Mejadara ( a Levantine dish of rice lentils with mounds of caramelized onions )
Malabi in three flavors – classic rose with pistachio, halva with silan and salted almonds and chocolate with pecan and a hint of cardamom.
arak with grapefruit, mint, and cucumber