Where To Eat Delicious Shwarma In Jerusalem, Israel
The Turks brought shawarma to Israel during the Ottoman rule of the Middle East. What makes shwarma one of Israel’s best-selling street foods is that it is always served in a fresh, piping hot pita pocket filled with homemade salads, wonderful flavors and textures. Shwarma is a great street food, here’s our guide to the best places to eat it.
Halo Teiman has some of the best shawarma. Choose from one of these four types of shawarma: lamb, beef, chicken or turkey or mix them all together! Add some juicy salads to the fresh pita, and you will have a delicious fast food.
Located in the heart of the city center on Ben Yehuda Street, Hamarush is a very small hole-in-the-wall venue featuring some of the best tasting, fresh shwarma in the area. Hamarush sells two types of shwarma complemented by a side of hand-cut fries. Other Middle Eastern delights, including hummus and kibbeh in the winter, are also available.
A popular eatery, Mifgash Ha’esh is often frequented by politicians and ministers of the Israeli government! The shwarma is made from 100% spring chicken meat with a drizzle of lamb fat Mifgash Ha’esh also serves a variety of fresh salads.