When you are walking around the city of Jerusalem, you will notice an abundance of street food offered in different flavors, shapes and size. The most popular street foods in Israel are falafel and shwarma. Served in a pita or lafa, both locals and tourists can enjoy a cheap, fast and delicious meal. We check out how to deviate from the norm and enjoy street food with variety.
A Meurav Yerushalmi is made of a unique type of meat filling for a pita pocket. Translated to English it’s called a Jerusalem mixed grill sandwich. Composed of a mix of lamb, turkey and chicken spiced with a hint of cumin and turmeric, you really taste the Middle East in this sandwich. The best in the city is served at Stekiyat Hatzot, a Jerusalem landmark located outside the Machane Yehuda market.