I visit it often, but lately I’ve started to wonder. Portions are getting smaller, pricier, and in some cases (Dickson’s Pastrami) mediocre.
The new Sicilian pizza place started with a whopping $6-7 a slice, and now sell them for $1 less. Still might be the most expensive slice in town. Halvah across is selling Halvah at 4x supermarket prices. Its neighbor Berlin Currywurst sells sandwiches for $8 that is a little bigger than a regular hotdog. Just some examples.
On the other hand, I like the Vietnamese beef soup at Very Fresh Noodles. They make the noodles on the spot. Two large Biang noodles with plenty of heat and flavor. Only issue is where to eat it. Take it to the counter by Dizengoff until it opens.
Dizengof will be the next big Hummus destination when it opens, but I worry by the way things are going, it will cost an arm and maybe even a leg