This little stand, practically a part of the adjacent café, might change everything you thought you know about roast chickens. And Israelis in particular know quite a lot about the subject, as the chicken consumption per capita in the country is one of the highest in the world, and roast chicken is a long time classic. Here Chef Einav Azgouri (who also heads the kitchen of the nearby “Bar a Vin”) manages to roast whole chickens while leaving them juicy and packed with flavor, even in the usually dull parts like the breast. These chickens are then dissected into large chunks and tucked into a fresh baguette style roll with original additions like crispy chicken skin, liver pate or camembert cheese. Other than chickens the rotisserie here also spins some lamb, beef and on special occasions even ducks. All the meats can come as a sandwich (next to some salad seasoned with a killer tarragon dressing) or on a metal tray with warm sides like roast potatoes or an especially delicious Mac and Cheese. You can sit by the big glass windows for a fast causal meal or you can take your sandwiches to go and head to the nearby Rothschild Boulevard for an impromptu picnic, in French-Israeli style.