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We were staying at an AirBnB just outside of the market area and found this gem on a rainy afternoon. We sat near the entrance and watched as a perpetual line formed to get a table. It wasn’t hard to see why. Fresh pitas and...More
I’ve been coming here for years!
It used to be a small hole in the wall delicious restaurant, I’d leave the office and come for a quiet delicious lunch siting on one of the 4 tables,now there’s a line to enter one of the two...More
Interesting very tasty unique Iraqi dishes served quickly and efficiently.
Very fresh - towards end of day the munu becomes smaller (dishes are finished).
The area around is a very authentic Iraqi market, with people playing Shesh Besh (Backgammon).
Just off the busy and colorful Mahne Yuda market, on a Friday afternoon we stopped for genuine Iraqi market food at Azura. It’s a long line, to get a plastic chair, in the crowded patio, but the home made food and the atmosphere is totally...More
After reading so much about "Azura" I was curious and wanted to try it out. It's only open for much and located up the steps on the outskirts of the Machne Yuda markets. Looks cute with wooden tables and benches. Nice atmosphere and friendly service....More
I was recommended by a local friend to take my visiting family there, it was like a year ago, I hardly remember, but I guess we all enjoyed the food and they were more impressed by the market place vibes and money wasn't a point...More
Located on the outskirts of the Machane Yehuda Market, this was one of my favorite restaurants in all of Israel. We ate outside, but under umbrellas with water misting fans. I ate so much hummas in Israel, but this was the best. All of the...More
I saw this reataurant on a Youtube video...some guy who travels around the world does reviews of different restaurants and went on and on about this place.
I thought - okay - I will try it.
Everything is good, but this place is known...More
Sabbath or not, they are not open in the evenings. Anyway, the food is finished very quickly (after 3 or 4 pm, you are left with "left over"). So I don't think there is a need to serve in the evenings.