Welcome to the Yemenite vineyard (Kerem Hateimanim).
this tiny neighborhood located beyond the Carmel market,
originally founded in the 1930s by immigrants from Yemen (therefore her name). since then it became discovered by bohemian Tel Avivians looking for inexpensive houses. even though many of the buildings are nicely renovated and influence by the artsy crowd, the neighborhood is still populated by old-timers and hasn’t lost its authenticity. it is full of charming and quaint, like a village.
If you are looking for spicy Yemenite food in a homey atmosphere, there are plenty of restaurants to try, Carmel market for fresh ingredients, clothes, flowers, and many more, street art, bike rides in the small streets, and enjoy the peace and quiet.
Recommended places in Kerem Hateimanim area
Hamitbahon – Jewish home food – 18 Rabi Akiva st.
Maganda – Yemen traditional cuisine – 26 Rabi Meir st.
Aziza – Surian traditional cuisine – 4 Malan st.
Yom Tov coffee shop – 30 Yom Tov st.
Shlomo & Doron – the best hummus – 29 Yishun st.
Shimon restaurant – for best traditional soups – 28 Icha Kapach st.
Mike bike – 11 Rabi Akiva st.
Salon Berlin – secondhand designer clothes & bar – 15 Israel Nagara st.
Shlomit Ofir – designer clothes and jewelry – 10 Hillel Hazaken st.
The Chinese grocery – 48 Hakovshim st.
Arts and craft market – every Tuesday and Friday on Nahalat Binyamin st.
If you have any recommendations of places, tips, pictures you took, or anything you want to share on our Tel Aviv’s neighborhood guide, write to us and share your local knowledge!
Next on Tel Aviv’s neighbourhood guide – Neve Tzedek. stay tuned.