Spend your morning dining in the charmingly nostalgic atmosphere of Talpiot Market’s first gourmet chef restaurant.
Talpiot Restaurant's charm shines through in its ambiance: collected antiques from the old world, bottles of Ouzo ready to be drunk by the afternoon crowd and upbeat world music. Sip on spiced tea drawn straight from the samovar and taste the delightful spread consisting of artisan bread, homemade dips, such as a rich and flavorful tahini, yogurt-based taziki with dill, finely-diced cucumbers and marigold leaves, Bulgarit cheese with fresh zaatar, and a chopped salad that is dressed with care and decorated with rare fresh herbs to bring a surprising and refreshing palate cleansing anise flavor to the meal. Indulge in the variety of individually seasoned antipasti that account for the 'sweet' aspect found in most Israeli breakfasts, including a nut and dried fruit stuffed eggplant that melts in the mouth. Balance the whole meal out with imported gourmet Italian olives and a fluffy herbed omelette. This overall healthy, yet heavenly experience in Haifa’s shuk will recharge the soul, courtesy of owner/chef Ilan Ferron’s entrepreneurial and culinary vision.
|Venue name:||Talpiot Restaurant|
28 Sirkin St (Shuk Talpiot)
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 09:00-22:00, Fri 09:00-18:00, Sat closed|
|Price:||Breakfast with tea NIS 65 Single / NIS 80 Double|