Just off to the Carmel Market (which is worth visiting on Tuesday and Friday when there is an arts and crafts market adjacent to the real market) this is a small place frequented by the locals. We overheard 3 men who said they come to this place because it serves the best haira soup outside of Morocco. Today I ordered a warm Jamilla sandwich, which had ground beef with onions and a salad embedded between 2 slices of great bread. My husband opted for a chicken tagine, with onions and raisin. We were served tachini, potato salad beet salad and rice for side dishes. Simple, good, and the damage for 2 was under 100 shekels. Can't beat the price of a fallafel or shawarma, but a nice change. The menu,which is not too big, changes daily, and includes various kinds of couscus. We visit the place every time we are in Tel Aviv.
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