Find out what Middle Eastern restaurants to try in Holon. Holon is a city on the central coastal strip south of Tel Aviv, Israel. Holon is part of the metropolitan Gush Dan area. In 2016 it had a population of 190,838. Holon has the second-largest industrial zone in Israel, after Haifa.
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4 based on 122 reviews
Bistro 60 was just what we were looking for on our last night in Israel. It was quiet and away from the tourist traps in Jaffa. The lady running the restaurant was so sweet and provided quick and helpful service with a personal touch! It felt as if we were part of her family for the evening. Ask to try her delicious homemade dessert!
4 based on 282 reviews
We couldn’t get in and the queue for takeaway was very long & barely moving. No service/timescales offered to wait for a table. They must be doing something right I suppose because of how busy it was. The food people were eating looked like it might be nice. Overall, too much of a sausage fest for me.
4 based on 313 reviews
Because the restaurant was packed, we only got the last two seats at the bar and this was fantastic, because so we could watch the chef of the cold kitchen preparing our beetroot ravioli and all the other fantastic cold dishes of this restaurant. The best dish was the Moussaka with Jerusalem artichokes, that was accompanied by a beautiful Assyrtiko. As a dessert we had the Passover special, that was a mountain of cream an chocolate and probably had more calories than everything else we ate at this evening.
5 based on 168 reviews
A wonderful place in the market with fresh ingredients and great people! The beef with rice in tomatoes is highly recommended and also the from here and from there salads. Don't miss the brulee popsicle!
5 based on 328 reviews
Bar- Restaurant, happy Casual dinning . Mediterranean, traditional Israeli food. Meet & fish, Vegetarian Friendly, beers & cocktails.
Good atmosphere, good service and a nice place to sit and relax in the market.The food is OK+ - I had a Balkan Shakshuka that was served with small sides of salad and a fresh bread.However, the egg in the Shakshuka was a little runny and I was not asked if this is how I like my egg. The restaurant did not have wholemeal or other non-white bread to serve with the dish.The house beer "Malca" is very nice and smooth.Reasonable prices.
5 based on 102 reviews
Near Carmel Market - Near Corner Of Allenby
There was a long line of people waiting to order-but it was so worth it. Now that I am back home in the US-I am craving the sabich sandwich I had at this restaurant. I so recommend it!https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g293984-d3292775-r716049714-SABICH_TSERNIKOVSKI-Tel_Aviv_Tel_Aviv_District.html#
4 based on 1166 reviews
Café Puaa is riding a wave of popularity, and if you can I would suggest ringing through to book (though you will get a table even if you don't). If the weather is good then the outside tables really capture the atmosphere.The food is excellent, the cocktail list is good, the service is casual-friendly-professional.Vegetarians and vegans are also well looked-after with the menu.It's hip dining done well, and even though it is usually busy noone will hurry you to move on, so after dinner you can order another drink and continue the conversation.
4 based on 665 reviews
Let's keep this simple. This place is small, hectic, noisy, cramped....which adds up a brilliant atmosphere serving the best hummus your likely to get. You are offered three types... normal hummus, masabaha (spicy) and with fava beans. Pick one. You get delicious pita with slices of onion and a spicy sauce. Order a coke. And get stuck in for a great food experience. And all this will cost about 60 INS for 2. Bargain.
4 based on 161 reviews
We came on a Friday afternoon without a reservation. Our part of four waited 1.5 hours or so but the host brought complimentary beverages (inc. beer) to cool us and the other patrons off. Once we got in, the music was great and the food was even better. The staff have us some recommendations that were awesome. I only wish I'd had more room in my stomach to try to soup!
4 based on 1967 reviews
Onza is the place where a young, vibrant Tel Aviv atmosphere combines with the magic and mystery of the Jaffa flea market to make a delicious restaurant “cocktail”. Here, a sophisticated and innovative bar is blended with a meticulous menu created by chef
This is such a fun place! I sat at the bar with a friend and the bartenders were really lovely. Our waiter as well! We ordered a few starters (it's kind of a meze place). The food was delicious and the portions generous. The presentation was nice as well. The place really hops on a Thursday night! I'll be back.
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