Meir’s Ptiliot

Restaurants, Street food The Lower City
Meir’s Ptiliot
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Time Out says

Homestyle food with a heart, for dining in or take-away.

For a restaurant that wants you to feel as if you are walking into your grandmother’s kitchen when you step through the door, Meir’s Ptiliot fits the bill. The product of a lifelong dream of owner Dror Meir, the ptiliot (the wick that fuels the original slow cooker) contain much more love than you would ever think possible. Five homemade dishes are featured each day (Tuesdays are homemade couscous day so plan accordingly). Standard in the rotation are some of the best ‘ktzitzot’ (beef meatballs) you will ever eat, stuffed peppers, slow cooked chicken thighs and soothing kubbe soup. Dishes are served alongside an array of complimentary sides and salads, and thick slices of fluffy white bread. Homemade spicy and savory sauces are to die for, and suit all tastes. Meals end with a complimentary tea made from homemade jam, served with ’butter’ cookies. Warm reception and hospitality throughout rounds out the entire experience.



Address: 7 Sderot PalYam

Price: Lunch for two with drinks NIS 100
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 11:00-16:00

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