the write up is not too enthusiastic so I thought would say what I loved to buy there, was watching & tasting the seasons through the vegetables & the big round bread made of rolls joined together(I do not remember how many are joined together any more) on a Friday. Of course all the loud music. But still these people with their gossip & plans keep their illegal communication just like here in the South African, African markets & taxi terminus'. To me it was great, "everybody's washing on the line", so to say, so it's a must for any new visitor or new resident, there are also small, clean, one a Kfar Saba man who had cold meats, lovely & fresh, & of course you can pay by the slice which is very useful.
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