Buscar Mahane Yehuda Market

In recent years, the side streets of the Machane Yehuda Market, locally referred to simply as “the Shuk”, have become a hub of small, independent bars, restaurants and shops bursting with local flavour and character. By day, the market is sought after for its laidback, authentic cuisine and by night, for its vibrant, unruffled atmosphere. The market surrounds the main shopping strip with over 250 vendors and stalls selling fresh fruit, veg and a variety of locally sourced products and baked goods. As you make your way down the strip, you’ll be accompanied by the not-so-dulcet-tones of the bellowing vendors selling their goods. The surrounding residential neighbourhood is a quiet, leafy haven of old Jerusalem stone, narrow streets and hundred year-old buildings. Just a few minutes’ walk away from Ben Yehuda high street and King George Street, this neighbourhood is a peaceful little gem amid the hubbub of the market and the city centre.