The Levinski Market was founded by Jews who immigrated from Thessalonica, Greece over eighty years ago. The Greek Jews were followed by Iranian and other Jews from countries where spicy foods and herbal remedies are common. Thus, the Levinsky Market, located under and between decaying three-storey buildings, is famous for it's colorful, fragrant spices, herbs and teas.
The Levinski Market holds mainly spices and delicatessen products such as pickles, herring and regional delights from varying locations such as Turkey, Greece and Romania. This is the ideal place for the person searching for a specific spice, as well as quality cheeses, fish and wines. Visit the Levinski Market and revel in it's lively, often hectic atmosphere.