The Israeli city of Jerusalem has a bustling neighborhood market with hundreds of stalls selling local products.
The market is also home to some of the country’s best restaurants, including a kosher restaurant, as well as a coffee house and a food court.
The latest event featured a meatball, a pizza, and an oven oven-baked lamb.
The meatball was named the best lamb dish at the event, while the oven-fried lamb won the best pie dish.
“The best thing about this market is its uniqueness.
There are so many different kinds of meatballs, pizza, burgers, and breads, and the selection is endless,” said Shai Luria, owner of Tel Avraham.
“I love to see the creativity and innovation in this market, and it is very important to have a good selection.”
According to the Jerusalem Post, the market is currently being run by the Tel Aviv-based Food For All initiative, which aims to make a healthier, more diverse and more affordable alternative to traditional meat-based products.
As for the oven baking, the meatball winner was the most popular with diners, and a pie was crowned the best in the category.
The event, which began on Saturday, featured food trucks, live music, and some of Israel’s best chefs.
[Photo by Shai Lauuria/The Jerusalem Post] [Photo credit: Shai Yuria/Flickr] [Sources: Jerusalem Post | Tel Aviv Daily | Israel Food For Most]