I was in Israel for the first time about 10 years ago. I have a vivid memory of that trip, in which my father took me and my sister to get real Israeli schwarma for the first time and it was sooo good. I'd like to see if I could find this restaurant again.
Some information I remember about it:
- It's kosher (or at least it was 10 years ago)
- I'm pretty sure they have schwarma in both pita and laffa (which is very common in Jerusalem, so this won't help much)
- I remember being fascinated by the way the store was built: it was a corner store, and had entrances at both streets. The counter was built in a diagonal, such that you could enter at one side, walk down the counter as the server filled your pita/laffa, pay and walk out the other side.
- I don't remember much about the location of the store, but I do recall flashing on the Sbarro terrorist attack while waiting in line, which leads me to believe that this restaurant might be in the vicinity, and the attack was on my mind because my father told me the story when we walked past the store.
- Red color scheme on the signs? Possibly some hanging signs behind the counter?
Any help in locating this store is appreciated.