This canteen is located in one of the streets near Machane Yehuda. The only decoration is a wall covered with the hand of Fatima, which is thought to bring good fortune. The service is a bit mechanical, and the grill specialist helps to welcome customers by giving nods. You can only order the assortment of salads if you order a main dish. They arrive in succession. Everything is homemade, and may change depending on the chef’s mood. The selection of salads includes Tehina, very fresh and very well seasoned coleslaw, a surprising egg salad made with original herbs, tomato and raw chilli salad, a delicious zucchini salad, avocado salad, and baba ganoush. The dishes are fresh and well prepared. The chicken livers are excellent, served pink and piping hot. The kebab and the steak is juicy, flavorful and served with onions and herbs. We were slightly disappointed with the Meorav Yerushalmi, which traditionally is a mix of giblets (liver, gizzard, heart…). The chef’s very personal version is made with chicken breast and liver seasoned with curcuma and curry. We would have liked to taste the authentic dish.