Time Out says
This Yemenite establishment does flaky carbs right.
The authentic, richly flavorful Yemenite breads and stews at Saluf & Sons are served in a hip, casual atmosphere, bolstering the Levinsky Market reputation for spices and yuppies. Yemenite cuisine is famous for taking water and flour and miraculously shapeshifting them into a thing of beauty: heavenly breads with incredible tastes and textures. Start with the 'kubaneh' to have fresh, hot bread with a variety of dips, and follow up with a flaky 'malawach' wrap (fried pancake-like Yemenite bread) paired with a 'shawia' beef stew over couscous. There's nothing more refreshing than ending a heav(enl)y meal off with juicy watermelon slices and a side of bulgarit cheese, an off-menu item that all the locals in the know order. Their already reasonable prices are even more reasonable during their daily happy hour, so much so that they'll have you on your knees thanking Israel for “Operation Magic Carpet.”
80 Nahalat Binyamin
|Price:||Meal for two with drinks NIS 150|
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 11:00-22:00, Thu 10;00-17:00, Sat Closed|