Friday, July 5, 2013

Abu Shukri

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Here is grandson Dean, the famous photographer from my previous post, and his famous yellow hat and sunglasses.
When he was here from Australia last summer he and I ate humus and falafel at Abu Shukri, the famous (in its simplicity and popularity)  eating place on El Wad Street in the Moslem Quarter of the Old City.
Abu Shukri has been there like forever and I hope it always will be.
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8 comments:

Reader Wil said...

Hi Dina, your grandson is lovely ! Is Abu Shukri the same place where we ate humus ? It looks like it. That was nice, wasn't it?!.
I wish for now shabbat shalom!

Dina said...

Hi Wil, right you are, same place, but you and I were in the back corner.
Shabbat shalom to you too.

Reader Wil said...

Hi Dina! Me again. The Erasmusbridge looks indeed like your bridge in Jerusalem. I told this to my friends when we were on the fast ferry. They are very elegant bridges. Ours is called The Swan.

Nadege said...

I love Middle Eastern food and you guys are lucky to have so many choices in that part of the world. I always read "Taste of Beirut" envying the amazing lebanese food. When "David Lebovitz" was in Tel Aviv, describing different jewish meals, I wanted to be there so badly.

Nonnie said...

Shabbat shalom, dear Dina!
perhaps he will end up being a professional photographer!

VP said...

I am not sure, but probably I ate there sometimes: the place looks familiar, but I can't remember the name.

Suzanne said...

I've eaten there, soooo good. Dean looks a bit like you. Good Shabbos Dina.

Kay said...

Sounds wonderful. Dean really does look like you and his mom. Love the yellow hat!