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Cooking Classes & Food Tours in Israel

P.O.Box 1099, Tel Aviv 47110, Israel
+972 54-464-9706
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When you think of this class consider how many people are to join you.The house is a small... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
isabels0usa
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London, United Kingdom
Israeli Feast made by us ... with Orly's excellent instruction!

We met Orly Ziv at the Carmel Market in Tel Aviv, just four blocks from the sparkling Mediterranean... read more

Reviewed 2 February 2017
suziven
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Seattle, Washington
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P.O.Box 1099, Tel Aviv 47110, Israel
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Reviewed 1 week ago

When you think of this class consider how many people are to join you.The house is a small apartment in a tall building, and the kitchen is very small. There is no room for more than 3 people to work in her kitchen. My advise...More

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Reviewed 2 February 2017

We met Orly Ziv at the Carmel Market in Tel Aviv, just four blocks from the sparkling Mediterranean Sea! She toured us around the amazing produce market, where we learned about many different kinds of veggies and spices, rice and legumes. Orly says there are...More

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cookinisrael, Owner at Cooking Classes & Food Tours in Israel, responded to this review

Dear Susie, Thank you so much taking for taking time out to review us at length. Appreciate so much! So glad to know that you loved the entire cooking class and market tour experience. I hope you will recreate the dishes learnt back in your...More

Reviewed 22 January 2017 via mobile

It started with a tasteful and informative insight into carmel markets history and merchants: chatting, tasting, buying, eating. It continued with a low-threshold learning about israeli cuisine, recipes and cooking in a familiar surounding. We received a kitchen apron as well as a folder including...More

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cookinisrael, Owner at Cooking Classes & Food Tours in Israel, responded to this review

Thank you so much taking for taking time out to review us at length. Appreciate so much! So glad to know that you loved the entire cooking class and market tour experience. I hope you will recreate the dishes learnt back in your kitchen. Happy...More

Reviewed 22 January 2017

My wife and I enjoyed a great day with Orly in early January. We had a delicious tour of the Carmel Market, stopping for tastes and great tidbits of knowledge as we went along. Then we went to Orly's apartment for a wonderful afternoon of...More

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Reviewed 12 January 2017

My husband and I took one of Orly's classes in December. The day started at the Carmel market where Orly took us to all her favourite vendors and had us try all the amazing food. I could tell she knew all the best kept secrets...More

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Reviewed 23 October 2016

My wife and I had the pleasure of taking Orly's class in August. We met at the Carmel Market around 9AM and had a delicious Yemenite breakfast. From there we explored the market and learned many things about the offerings found there. Later we drove...More

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Reviewed 9 October 2016 via mobile

My cooking class with Orly was the highlight of my visit to Tel Aviv We were a group of four. We met Orly at the Carmel Market, and tasted many specialities, and shopped for the ingredients of our lunch After driving to Orly's lovely apartment...More

1  Thank carole h
Reviewed 4 October 2016

My family: 2 grown-up sons, and my husband enjoyed a delightful day. Firstly walking around Carmel Market selecting and sampling delicious freshly baked local products and freshly squeezed juice. Then we went to Orly's flat and cooked various regional dishes together. Finally we ate a...More

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Reviewed 4 October 2016

Traveling to Israel with another couple, Tel Aviv was our first stop. In planning our trip, our agent highly recommended a culinary tour as an excellent introduction to the people and their food. Her strong suggestion was to enjoy a culinary tour of Tel Aviv...More

1  Thank ChicagoGuide
Reviewed 2 October 2016

As part of a pre-seminar activity I signed up for Orly's cooking tour and class. We met on a corner just outside the Tel Aviv markets and when all four were there, we commenced our tour. I have been through the markets many times, but...More

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Corey_M34439
I would like to know what you have available. Do you have availabilities on a Saturday? If not what are the times for April 24 and April 25? There are two of us it is my mother and myself. Also how much is a class
16 April 2017|
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Elisabeth D
Hi, I already e-mailed trought Tripadvisor and the website, but I don't get any response. How can I contact Orly? I wanted to ask the price and if there is an option to have a fully vegetarian cooking day/class? Kind regards, Elisabeth
25 August 2016|
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theboneNewYork
Hi Leah and thanks for writing such a great review. Can you tell me a little bit more about the tour. First, how did you find out about it and how did you book it? We - my wife and I - are curious about getting to the market - what is the starting time, where exactly is it and how did most people get there? At the end of the evening, what means did most people use to get home? Finally, how long were you at the market and same question for the guide's home cooking the meal? Many thanks again for your article and I look forward to your response. Kind regards, theNY Bone Many t
22 April 2016|
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Response from cookinisrael | Property representative |
Please email me at cookinisrael for all the info. Thanks Orly
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