Best Food Close to Tel Aviv Train Stations
Are you still having some time for a quick breakfast before getting on the train or are you still hungry after returning? Maybe you have just been on one of our IsraelRail day trips and after an exciting, long day of exploring and travelling, your stomach is pretty demanding. You get on the train back to Tel Aviv and all you can think of is a pizza or a big plate of hummus or shawarma. You know that feeling, right? Don’t worry, we can help you out on that! Here’s a list with the 5 best places for food near the Tel Aviv train stations (excluding Tel Aviv University). We assure you, that neither of them is further than a 15 minute walk from the station, so:
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Close to HaHagana
Dilek’s Turkish Bakery
Dilek is located right next to HaHagana station (2 minutes) and offers plenty of delicious meals and snacks, both sweet and savory, like pastries, börek or baklava. Besides their location and variety of the menu, Dilek has another major advantage: It’s open on Friday night! Whereas Jewish shops close every Friday afternoon for the Schabbat celebrations, Dilek as a Turkish shop is available for starving stomaches until 4am on Saturday morning.
Address: Hagana Rd 33, Tel Aviv-Yafo
- Monday: 8:30am – 9pm
- Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday + Sunday: 8:30am – midnight
- Friday: 8:30am – 4am (Sat.)
- Saturday: Closed
Opening hours may change. For more information, look at Dilek’s Facebook Profile.
When approaching HaHagana station, you may as well stop over at Café Shapira for breakfast, a coffee, freshly squeezed juice or delicious self-made cake. The place was founded in 2015 with the aim of creating a communal place for dialogue, entrepreneurs and events. Its unique atmosphere makes it worth the visit, so don’t miss out the chance of seeing one of the most Kibbutz-like place to be found in Tel Aviv. Also, you can hang out at Café Shapira until late night, since they have events going on at almost every day of the week!
Address: Ralbag St 15, Tel Aviv-Yafo
- Sunday + Monday: 8am – 11:30pm
- Tuesday – Thursday: 8am – 11pm
- Friday: 8am – 6:30pm
- Saturday: Closed
Opening hours may change. For more information, look at Café Shapira’s Facebook Profile.
Close to HaShalom
Suduch is a chain, that guarantees a very tasty and very meaty kosher experience until late night! They offer their famous meat sandwiches, freshly prepared for a fair price. However, vegetarians and vegans better miss out on that one. After a 15 minute walk from HaShalom train station, even late night cravings will be satisfied.
Address: HaShalom Rd 51, Giv’atayim
- Sunday – Wednesday: 9am – 4am
- Thursday: 9am – 5pm
- Friday: 9am – 3:30pm
- Saturday: 7:30pm – 4am
Opening hours may change. For more information, look at Suduch’s Website.
Mucha Pizza and Salad
Mucha is a chain of restaurants offering some of the best pizzas in town. After a 15 minute walk from HaShalom train station towards the centre of Tel Aviv, you can be looking forward to an excellent balance of dough and cheese, combined with any ingredient of choice.
Address: Shlomo Inb Gabirol St 19, Tel Aviv-Yafo
- Sunday – Thursday: 12pm – 11:45pm
- Friday: Closed
- Saturday: 6pm – 0:30am
Opening hours may change. For more information, see Mucha’s Website.
Close to Savidor Centre
When travelling to Israel, of course, one cannot miss out on Hummus, a puree of chickpeas and different other ingredients. Hummus Eliyahu is a chain with several places in Tel Aviv and a great place for food near the Tel Aviv train stations. They offer a variety of hummus dishes, for example with tahini, eggplant, mushrooms and even vegan shawarma. Also, the traditional middle eastern dessert called Malabi is up the menu, which is commonly served with rose water or petals. Located only 5 minutes from Savidor Centre, we highly recommend a visit.
Address: Zisman Shalom St 3, Ramat Gan
- Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 7:30pm
- Friday: 10am – 2pm
- Saturday: Closed
Opening hours may change. For more information, see Hummus Eliyahu’s Website.