Tucked away in a narrow cobbled alleyway, Mercato brings Italian flare to Akko’s enchanting old city.
This charming, intimate gem was created by Italian-trained Omri Shahar who ensures that each dish is made with the finest and freshest materials. Everything is handmade, from the balsamic vinegar to the scrumptious pasta. And several of the dishes are cooked in a wooden oven, creating a wonderful aroma that permeates both the small, cozy rooms filled with Italian art and the lively corridor within Akko’s Turkish market. The menu suits both meat-lovers and vegetarians. Its highlights include baby calamari with yogurt and herbs, fried artichokes and fish on polenta.
The Turkish Bazaar, 1 Wizman St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 12:00-22:30|
|Price:||Dinner for two (including drinks): around 200 NIS|