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Crave Gourmet Street Food

Get cravy at this sinful street food joint in the heart of Machne Yehuda market.


Time Out says

Sick of the usual Israeli street food? Craving some good old fashioned greasy grub? One meal at Crave and you’ll throw your falafel and shawarma days right out the window without looking twice. At this Jerusalem diner bar, Todd Aarons (former chef at Tierra Sur in California) has concocted the ultimate menu that pairs classic American street food staples like sliders and Reubens with mexican favorites like pulled brisket burritos and a little added Korean flare. If you haven’t fallen in love yet, Chef Todd has even dedicated a section of the menu to the ‘munchies’ – with sinfully delicious snacks like truffle oil french fries, wings and ‘The Big O’ (panko crusted onion rings). Plus, the whole restaurant is kosher so greasy favorites like burgers that are usually taboo due to cheese and bacon fixings are now a dream for all parties. Feed your craving today.


1 Ha-Shikma St
Dinner for two with drinks NIS 200
Opening hours:
Sun-Wed 12:00-23:30, Thu 12:00-02:00, Fri Closed, Sat 20:00-24:00
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