Aricha Sabich

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Aricha sabich

Gigantic slices of fried eggplant, tender hard-boiled eggs, and silky tahini sauce...what more could one ask for?

Sabich is to Iraqi Jews what French toast is to Americans, a staple that may have started as a breakfast dish, but is amazingly satisfying at any time of the day. Aricha  Sabich serves this pita stuffed with generous slices of fried eggplant, perfectly hard-boiled eggs, and tasty tahini sauce – and all this sandwiched between layers of salads. Not only is the place spotless, the staff extremely welcoming and the pita spilling with goodness, but everything is made with the freshest ingredients around. Aricha Sabich has everything you could ever want in a tiny, low-key eatery.


Venue name: Aricha Sabich
Address: 83 Agripas St

Opening hours: Sun-Thu 09:30-23:00, Fri-Sat Closed
Price: Meal for two NIS 100
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