If you never heard or never had Yemenite food before, it’s ok. Even Yemenites would admit you probably haven’t missed too much. The somewhat poor selection of raw products and other resources turned the Jewish Yemenite cooks into masters of flour and fat, and the Saluf&sons, situated in the heart of the trendy Levinsky market, is a place to admire all the different baked goods. Behind rather cryptic names like Malawach, Kubaneh, Jachnun, Lahuh and Saluf lies a world of exciting new flavors and textures – just ask your server for a short description (or just order everything, prices are rather low). Homemade hummus is also served here, alongside some cooked simple cooked dishes and a few basic salads. Almost everything here is eaten with hot Zhug and some Hilbe – a slimey looking dip made from fenugreek seeds that has a very distinct aroma. Be advised that the aroma will probably accompany you for a couple of days after your Yemenite feast, as the fenugreek is secreted through your sweat. So the Saluf offers a rare opportunity not to only eat like a local – but also to smell like one.