A Tastes of the Jerusalem Shuk (Market)

50 Ratings
  • Meals Included
  • 2.5 hr

Itinerary Details

A Tastes of the Jerusalem Shuk (Market)

The Jerusalem market is a fascinating cultural meeting place. During weekdays, the market is full of eateries where you can feast on savory stew on cold wintery days. At night, the market transforms into a festive celebration full of tiny little pop up restaurants and bars.
Let me bring the taste and atmosphere of my hometown of Jerusalem and its vibrant food markets to you.

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Appetizers - an assortment of small plates
salads, spreads, pickles, and a cheese platter

Hors d'oeuvre

Chraime: white fish in spicy tomato sauce
A fish dish prepared in tomato sauce, hot peppers and other spices. Traditional to Israeli Jews of North African origin.
Served with homemade fresh Challah

Main Course

Memulaim (– translating filled or stuffed)
If you want to say "I love you "with food, you make what is known as “Memulaim.” Taking fresh vegetables making a hole in them to create a space for a tasty filling and braising them in liquid.
Served with seasonal assortment of Israeli salads


Malabi: Creamy milk-based pudding made with rose water. It's one of the most popular desserts across the Middle East.
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