Falafel, hummus, babaganoush, Israeli salads and pita sandwiches are the specialties at this casual office-building basement shop. Lunches come with soup plus either a pita sandwich or platter with falafel, schnitzel, chicken or lamb. The lamb platter is particularly recommended - it's built around a hefty slab of tender roast lamb, accompanied by cole slaw, baby-leaf salad, very soft roast potatoes, hummus, pita bread and Ta-im's excellent home-made vegetable soup.
The menu expands a bit at dinnertime, with additional options like lamb and beef kebabs, shakshuka (egg and vegetable casserole), matbucha (a spicy tomato and pepper cooked salad), basmati rice dishes and traditional Middle Eastern sweets. The brightly decorated shop has a handful of tables at the back and counter seating as well. Lunches are priced from Y1080-1680, while dinner averages around Y3000-3500 for food and drink.
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