December 2nd 2016
Eating at Dr. Shakshuka is like taking a step back in time with a fabulous plate of food.
Dr. Shakshuka is located in a little alley connecting a back street of the Jaffa Flea Market with one of the main roads. The setting is casual – guests can gather around long tables and eat shakshuka directly out of a sizzling pan. You can dine inside or al fresco and observe the life of the flea market. Wait staff is friendly, and the food is served quickly.
Shakshuka is a Tripolitanian dish made of eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce with a variety of Mediterranean vegetables mixed in.
Naturally, Dr. Shakshuka offers a large selection of shakshuka, including onion, mushroom, eggplant, merguez sausage, and chicken.
Salads include green salad, tahini, and an assortment of small salads for your whole table.
Couscous selections include couscous with vegetables and meat-stuffed potatoes, okra and meat, or fish in a spicy sauce.
Shawarma is available made from lamb, baby chicken, and mixed meats and comes with French fries, rice, and salad.
Main dishes include hotdogs, chicken skewers and steak and are accompanied by French fries, rice, and salad as well.
A children’s menu of chicken skewers, schnitzel or hotdogs with French fries, rice and salad is also available.
While not the only dish on the menu, shakshuka is obviously the specialty of the house. Dr. Shakshuka also does catering for parties from 20-200 guests.
Shakshuka is 38-45 NIS, with salads from 18-24 NIS. Couscous is 45-70 NIS, Shawarma runs 52-58 NIS, main dishes are between 60-120 NIS, and the children’s menu is 54 NIS. Soft drinks are also available for an additional cost.
Enjoying a meal at Dr. Shakshuka is an inexpensive, fun addition to your visit to Tel Aviv/Jaffa.