Tiny, smokey, constantly packed with people and utterly delicious – It only takes four adjectives to properly describe “Jasmino”, a whole in the wall kiosk in the middle of one of the busiest (and least appealing) streets of Tel Aviv. It seems only appropriate to use four adjectives where the menu consists of only four items (Kebab, chicken thighs, Spicy sausages and ox heart) and where each Pita is carefully stuffed with only four basic ingredients (except for the meat): fresh salad, roast vegetables, Tahini and Amba (a tangy sauce made from mangoes and fenugreek). There are basically no seats here except for 2-3 stools, so you will have to either carry you Pita across the street and sit on the stairs leading to the city’s main synagogue (as most people here do), or you can try and act like a local and devour you meal standing up, slightly leaning forward as to prevent any drops of Tahini and delicious meat juices from staining your clothes. Don’t forget to ask if there are any “off the menu” specials, such as lamb sweetbreads, flank steak or “Jerusalem style” mix of lamb offal, and be prepared to wait your turn patiently. The place is conveniently located close to many of the Tel Aviv’s hippest night life spots, which makes it perfect for either a quick, satisfying pre-drinking meal or for a light night snack. The only question you are bound to encounter here is can you hold back after your first pita and not order another – A dilemma that can be solved by knowing you can also ask for a half portion.