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The staff was thinking they are in a standup show, talking with me and other people about men and women’s roles in the family, adding humiliating comments about LGBTQ and about singer Sarit Hadad. Accept for that experience, the kitchen was very dirty and they...didn’t use gloves. Would never come back.More
If you haven't tried this restaurant, then you are absolutely missing out on a glorious experience. Sabich is an Iraqi Jewish sandwich that includes eggs, eggplant, salad, parsley, and tahini, and the combination of flavors and foods is utterly fantastic. The portions are big, but...because the food is so healthy and light, you don't feel sluggish afterwards. This is great street food, and the prices reflect that. Don't be deterred by the lines - the food is absolutely worth the wait. The restaurant itself is tiny, so be prepared to enjoy your food elsewhere.More
Just steps away from the Carmel Market in Tel Aviv, you might easily pass this inconspicuous place. But it's worth seeking out for delicious food. Wife and I had kebabs in pita. The wide variety of salads and toppings for the sandwiches were fresh and...tasty. There is very limited seating, but you're going there for great Israeli fast food. Worth seeking out if you're anywhere near the market, or along Allenby Street.More
I’ve never tasted anything like this sandwich before. It’s so delicious. Line moves quick so just get in line and order one regular with cheese and get everything on it. I will remember this sandwich in my heart for years to come