Frishman street and its most secret and special places

Frishman street and its most secret and special places

Posted on Dec. 06, 2016, at 07:36 am

“Frishman? The street? Of course I know it by heart, come on it’s Frishman!” Are you sure about that? So you already know that it was named after the journalist/poet David Frishman who wrote a book about Israel in 1913? And you knew that the urban designer Patrick Geddes first designed it to be an exact replica of Rothschild Boulevard before changing his mind and making it as simple as it is today? We’re pretty sure there are still a couple things that you don’t know yet. Luckily, we are here to help you discover some secret addresses around this well-known rehov!


Coming from Romania doesn’t make you a better butcher, or even a good one at all, but it does give you special access to recipes passed down from your family in your home country. Gideon and his wife are the proud owners of this old school butchery. If you listen carefully they will tell you their story and how meat reminds them of their childhood neighborhood.

As soon as you enter you’ll feel the love and you might be tempted by the smoked duck or some fresh beef carpaccio, or just maybe you’ll fall hard for the… Pastrami! Wait, did we tell you about their sausage? Well we can’t; it’s too intense and flavorful, you’ll have to taste it for yourself!

Gideon’s Butcher Shop is located on 59 Frishman st. and is open from Monday to Thursday from 7AM to 7PM, on Fridays from 8AM to 2PM and on Sundays from 8AM to 3PM. The shop doesn’t have a Teouda – 03 524 5141

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