Sultan's Table (Shulchan Hasultan)
Nestled between Romema's factories, industrial workshops and haredi-targeting housing projects and shopping centers is Sultan's Table, a blue-collar lunch counter haunt that takes pride in its fresh cooking and mizrachi home-style recipies.
What were once staples of Israeli short-order cuisine - schnitzel, shakshuka (eggs cracked into a tomato-based stew), ktzitzot (ground meat patties simmered in red sauce), lentil soups, fried fish and the like - may be losing out to the latest cheaper-than-cheap (and tasting like it too) pizza joint on the block, but the Sultan is going strong.
The stainless steel steam trays are constantly being scrubbed until they gleam like chrome, herb garnishes and salads are cut and cooked on the premises daily, and if you are asked to wait a few minutes for your schnitzel to be ready, you've lucked out, because it means that the boys in the kitchen have been told to bread it and deep-fry it especially for you. In this case, you're likely to agree that the Sultan and his family just might offer up the best schnitzel in the city.
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