The German and Greek Colonies, the neighborhoods centered around trendy Emek Refaim Street, may be known mostly in Jerusalem today for their ever-increasing number of upscale restaurants, cafes, boutiques and other concessions to rising gentrification in Israel's capital city, but that doesn't mean an honest working man can't find an honest workingman's bite to eat in the Emek area.
Catering to any and all diners who aren't in the mood for the full sit-down cafe experience is Falafel Doron, right off Emek Refaim on Rachel Imenu Street, which serves up its namesake dish with all the requisite fixings (hummus, charif, and your choice of other salads). Felafel Doron offers other Middle Eastern fast food favorites like shawarma, as well.
They even have a deep tray of shakshuka, a Moroccan/Tunisian Jewish favorite made of eggs cooked until they set in a stew of tomato chunks, garlic, olive oil and hot peppers, cooking all day by the window.
לפלאפל דורון בעברית לחץ כאן