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.
Things to do in Holon
4.5 based on 547 reviews
my portion was tasty and in good quantity. the atmosphere of an evening Tel-Aviv also is adding to the experience.
4.5 based on 797 reviews
We had 2 entrees with curry sauce- chicken strips and pumpkin dumplings. Same bland sauce on both. The chicken was in chunks like an Indian dish. The pumpkin was probably chickpea flor. Also had boring fried cauliflower and mujerta, an uninspired rice-lentil dish. At least, the atmosphere was nice.
4 based on 2 reviews
Ernest Hemingway's 1952 novel The Old Man and the Sea depicts the world of a poor Cuban fisherman who fights the wild sea. These elements of sea, fish and noble nature have also inspired the establishment of the well-known restaurant on Jaffa's Kedem Street - The Old Man and the Sea.
My party of five were here for lunch, sitting along the Mediterranean shore. We were brought 22 small dishes of middle-eastern specialties, and large flatbreads. We partook of whatever items appealed to us. Whenever one of the small dishes was finished, it was replaced with another. This went on until we were all stuffed. The flat price for this was 50 shekels (about $17) per person.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Between yhuda halevi street & lilienblum street
This restaurant was AMAZING. Natalie our waitress was so knowledgeable about all of the wine and food and made our visit extremely special. We had 2 amazing bottles of wines, the antipasti veggies, Moroccan bread, the Moroccan cigar special, Sicily charcuterie, roka steak, ribeye, the malabie dessert, and the chocolate ball dessert. Everything was unreal and we would definitely go back!!
4 based on 174 reviews
New Restaurant Connected To Segev Express In Tel Aviv Israel
I joined my friend for a late dinner at this restaurant in Rishon Lezion. We were happy that we made Reservations as the restaurant was booked solid. The ambiance was perfect for catching up , and the sommelier was fantastic. She was knowledgeable and even offered a sample of 2 wines we were considering. The Amphorae Med red wine was wonderful. I highly recommend ordering it. Although we were the last sitting, The waiters were a bit overbearing , not letting us have some time to chat over wine before ordering. The Dennis ceviche was good, but the fish was drowned in store-bought bread croutons that ruined the flavor and experience. The asian salad was also good, but needed the Baywatch’s life guard to be saved from drowning in its sauce. We had to beg for water and I guess they had to go to beer sheva and ask Rivkah for water from the well before we received small glasses of water that were never refilled Although I asked multiple time)
The overall experience was good, but I suspect it was the wine and the company.
4.5 based on 255 reviews
Met with good old friends for a weekday Lunch - as per their recommendation...and indeed this place is a MUST for all food lovers...Starting from the Menu beautifully presented in Pictures on Tablets, and continuing with absolute gastronomic excellence in every dish ordered, presented faultlessly and with service to match...One would think this kind of Restaurant should be prohibitively expensive - and here was our last (but pleasant) surprise - NOT ALL, in fact suitable to every pocket !
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Restaurant Hours : every night from 19:00 till 23:30
Many locals come here for happy hour and the food are just great - we enjoy the dishes so much but our stomach cannot accommodate all. The hanger beef steak is great. The cream brulee lollipops and banana crumbs are must try. Overall the service is great and food is reasonably priced and delicious! Suggest to book for dinner.
5 based on 202 reviews
Join us on our two locations at the Carmel market : 1 Rambam st $ 36 Yishkan st. The Beer Bazaar is the first and only place in Tel Aviv that specializes in Israeli craft beer. We serve 100 different brands of Israeli beers, including our very own brews on tap. We have two locations in the Carmel market: Our day bar and beer store on 1 Rambam Street closes at 19:00, our restaurant and pub on 36 Yishkon Street closes at midnight or last costumer.
After a week of eating chicken and accompanying vegetables (which I like) the NY hot dog with mustard and sauerkraut was delicious. The Bazaar's selection of their own beers was very good. It's a great place to stop while shopping in the Mahaneh Yehuda Market.
4.5 based on 118 reviews
I visited Dallal bakery twice and it did not disappoint. The coffee was delicious and I loved each pastry and cake I tasted. I ended up buying a cake as well the second time. Have to visit!
4.5 based on 272 reviews
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