Machane Yehuda Market, known as The Shuk, has been a corner stone in Jerusalem’s culture since the days of the Ottoman Empire.
The Shuk offers more then just an array of fresh vegetables and fruits, meat, fish and wondrous bakeries, but also several specialty stores from cheese, pasta and ice cream to jewlery and designer clothes.
Trendy restaurants and cafes operate in this ever changing market and have helped make the shuk the favorite that it is among locals and tourists alike.
The Shuk is now the culinary heart of Jerusalem where one can find private shops and cooking tours as well as restaurants to cater to every palate.
The Market Courtyard is located across from the Shuk just a breath away from all the rich flavors and smells. Come enjoy the special, authentic Shuk experience and taste the real Jerusalem.
15 HaSaked street / 11 Agripas st, JerusalemThe best fish vendor in Jerusalem! Now with two shops, the original in the Shuk itself and a new store on Agripas Street. David Dagim also supplies fresh fish for many of the restaurants in the Shuk such as the Fish&Chips and Michmoret that are, not surprisingly run by his sons...
6 Hatapuach st, JerusalemThe best nuts and dried fruit in the Shuk. They also make their own Granola mix and stock many cooking and baking supplies such as maple syrup, fine chocolates, Amarena cherries and more...
Hashezif 14, JerusalemHand made artisinal breads. The real deal. Try the Honey and Sesame bread and the Dutch sweet raisin rolls...
60 Agripas st, JerusalemFresh and Healthy as its name! The best frsh fruit juices, shakes and smoothies. Always from the fresh fruit of the market.
10 Beit Yaakov, JerusalemThe trendy Macneyuda restaurant, run by Chef Assaf Granite, offers a fresh high end take on the local Middle Eastern cuisine . Sure to deliver a lively experience filled with music, drink and probably dancing on the tables Machneyuda has already become a destination and landmark in the Jerusalem culinary scene. Make sure to make reservations well in advance! http://www.machneyuda.co.il/en
8 Simtat Hatut, JerusalemOne of the most popular restaurants in the Market. Build your own dish from a choice of freshly hand made pastas, sauces and toppings. Fast. wholsome and delicious!
4 Hatut st, JerusalemThe translation to Michmoret is a fishing net. Aptly named this restaurant is part of the David Dagim family. Offering a casual lunch and full dinner experience, always with the choicest catch of the day and a nice selection of beer.
1 Yaakov Banai St, JerusalemHaAgas 1 is named for the original street address were it is situated, This was the address of the Banai Family that Renowned singr Ehud Banai sings about... It is now a healthy vegeterian retauramt with the best Hummus ever.
119 Yaffo st, JerusalemHaba family has been baking in Jerusalem for more than 60 years. They have expanded and opened this beautiful Tratoria in a historical 80 year old building. They offering sit down meals and takeaway. The Pastry and Antipasti bar is an enticing feast for the eyes as well as you palate! There is also outdoor seating in the Georgean Market Square.
56 Etz Haim St, JerusalemGreat coffee, good food and a great bar in the evening. The creative menu changes seasonaly, and there is always great music.
121th Agripas st, JerusalemHatzot
5th Ha'eshkol st, JerusalemRachmo
4th Ha'eshkol st, JerusalemAzura
74th Agripas st, Jerusalem
44th Agripas st, Jerusalem