Sergey Konkov/TASS
This is Israeli street food at its finest: hummus, falafel, shwarma (gyro), shakshuka (fried eggs with spicy tomato and paprika sauce). The owners traveled throughout Israel searching for the right recipes and spices before opening the place. The menu is written in a marker on a ceramic wall and the waiters are happy to explain the unfamiliar names and dishes. Cheerful music, Hebrew-language graffity, fruit-filled crates, shelves with wine and a full crowd - there are times when the only place to sit down is next to the piano or at the bar. The bar serves wine, original cocktails, freshly squeezed pomegranate juice and arak anise seed vodka.