9 Little-Known Israeli Food Markets to Check Out

9 Little-Known Israeli Food Markets to Check Out

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Writing at Israel21c, Jessica Halfin shares the best under-the-radar marketplaces where you’ll find local produce, shops, and Israeli street food.

Here’s the first one on the list:

Ramla Shuk

An underrated tourist destination with Crusader churches, a fortress, beautiful mosques and an eighth century underground water reservoir that can only be charted via canoe, the central city of Ramla also boasts one of the country’s most colorful open-air markets.

A great place to pick up the usual fruits and vegetables, or scavenge for rare finds, the Ramla shuk offers some of the most authentic street food in the country, and includes Indian spice shops and restaurants that will satisfy your craving for the far-Eastern cuisine.

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