In the past two decades, South Tel Aviv has become a hub for immigration from Africa and East Asia. This wave is a source for great controversies and disagreements, and there’s no better way to know a place than eating your way through it.
What to expect: • An unfiltered, the-way-it-is kind of tour. We want you to really discover this complex place • Opportunity to see places that many Israelis never saw • Eat delicious food that many of you never tried, and meet the people who's behind it. Come hungry! • A better understanding of the refugees, asylum seekers, and forced immigration situation in Tel Aviv • We'll talk about architecture, urban planning, gentrification and local history in this fascinating neighborhood
This is an eye-opening tour, but definitely not one that will leave you hungry. You will try some delicious Cantonese Dim Sum, dip your hands into Eritrean super-food, eat a variety of Sudanese dishes and sip on some delicious black coffee and smoothie with the new locals of this part of town. And as always in our tours, it will all be accompanied by a lot of wine. Don’t make plans for afterward.
Moni & Asaf
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