Restaurant de spécialités du Moyen-Orient
22 personnes du coin recommandent · Prix estimé 1 de 4
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must eat this delicious pita Sabich and then walk around the bezalel market and the streets of Shenkin and king George
The owners have changed - and its not the same - but still one of the best things in a pita in the city.
Sabich is an Iraqi-Israeli street food. A dish consisting of fried eggplant, hard-boiled eggs, potatoes, and tahini—a perfect combination of flavours.
If you don't know what Sabich is - this is a must one. This place is legendary. It has its own rules, the line is long, it is sort of a version of the Soup Nazi - but so is the outcome. Don't miss it!
if you are into Sabih which is a local specialty, this place is the best to my likings
One of our favorite Sabich - like falafel except w eggplant. Can't really find this outside of Israel. And it's amazing
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