Jerusalem Food Truck
Food trucks take to the city’s streets in hope of enticing residents to try authentic ethnic cuisine.
Ethnic restaurants abound in Israel’s capital city, but a new project aims to bring their authentic and varied cuisines to the people — via food trucks.
"It’s never been done in Jerusalem," says Assaf Granit, chef-owner of Machneyuda Restaurant. "Every day we’re meeting at different locations cooking a different dish. We’re super excited to get our food out to the people."
As you’ll see in this video, both residents and tourists are loving it. “Some authentic food,” says one visitor. “It’s different from any kind of restaurant you get in Texas, for sure!”