For quick, simple, and tasty kosher North African fare, visit this eatery on the edge of the Jaffa Flea Market. Seating is at the long communal tables set up in rows in an airy courtyard between two stone buildings. Sample the namesake dish, shakshuka, a sizzling mixture of tomatoes, peppers, and spices topped with a sunny-side-up egg and served in a metal pan. Also on offer are chicken and lamb kebabs and large bowls of couscous served with rich, chunky vegetable
or meat soups and small plates of Middle Eastern salads.
3 Beit Eshel, Tel Aviv, 68025, Israel