Antique furniture, hand made carpets, wooden statues, china dolls, colorful pillows, curtains, swords, narghilas, silver and copper items from the East (both Near and Far) you can find here everything! .
The bustling, partially covered market is packed with bargains to suit every taste and pocketbook, especially for those who have time and patience.
The young and the young at heart will find clothing and accessories, much of it Indian-style:
sharwal pants, bright tunics and ponchos, scarves in every hue, as well as jewelry made from silver, wood and plastic.
Most of the merchandise makes their long way here from the Far East. You can find here tiny cafes, simple workers' eateries and fresh juice, but the jewel in the crown is the legendary Abulafia bakery on Yefet Street.
Dont miss the freshly baked pittot topped with eggs, cheese, zaatar (a local herb) and olive oil, or the piping-hot sambusak, a pastry stuffed with delicious fillings.
Open Sunday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Fridays until 2 p.m. Located near the Clock Tower at the beginning of Yefet Street.