In the depths of the« hatikva » market, which is perhaps one of the most underestimated markets in Israel, is a small restaurant the cuisine of which is a vibrant homage to the market. The dishes are named after places at the market and are marvelously executed. The kebab here is like nowhere else. It is enormous and accompanied with generous toppings. But the real magic of the place lies in its signature dish from Jerusalem, Meorav, a mix of chicken innards, including a mix of hearts and livers, wrapped in tehina, chick peas and hummus, served on a bid of pita, in the middle of a creamy sauce; it is an exceedingly simple and incredibly pleasurable dish. As it is a market restaurant, their products change often and certain dishes may not be on the menu when you eat there. No matter, this restaurant makes a real effort and it is definitely worth stopping here before or after you go to the market.