A tasting tour of Kerem HaTeimanim neighborhood and the Carmel market.
We will walk to the sounds of Yemen as we pass through the Carmel market, where we meet the owners of the stalls, each with their own stories.
We will better understand where the vineyards disappeared and why the Yemenites settled there.
While on the tour we will taste hand-rolled stuffed vine leaves, continue to the Tripolitan Brika, while across the street awaits a kebab and chicken in tehina.
Continue on to the warehouse street, which Chef Segev initiated, and has become a street where boutique restaurants are established and enter the Kerem HaTeimanim neighborhood.
In the old bakery, we will stop to eat some traditional baked goods, Schug, and more. We will taste and learn about hummus, sip beer and sit down for coffee with the "Bastard" coffee grinder, we will taste the halva of kings, and taste the drink that named after the Rambam.
During the tour, you hear about the connection between beer and the fat cat. You will learn about where Tahrir Square is located in Kerem HaTeimanim, and how Musa Ful became the neighborhood's crown.
Tasting: vine leaves, herring, hummus, falafel, brika, a health drink, beer, Kyortosh, and coffee at Shlomo's.
Cost of tasting: NIS 25. You can upgrade tastings with the addition of NIS 20: fish and chips, kebab and chicken.