Creating a stir: Jewish-Libyan treatment

‘It’s all about food and all about giving,’ says chef Bino Gabso, a.k.a. Dr. Shakshuka.

Dr. Shakshuka
If you’re hungry for genuine, savory North African food, you can’t do better than visit Dr. Shakshuka near Jaffa’s flea market. Follow the sign indicating Beit Eshel Street, behind the clock tower and to the left.

Between a second-hand furniture store and a clothes rack displaying cheap blouses, you’ll see an ironwork door partly covered with an old red blanket. There might be a man wearing a fez standing in front, inducing passersby to come in.

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