Tomb of the Lady Tunshuq
Opposite the Palace of the Lady Tunshuq is the 1398 Tomb of the Lady Tunshuq – look for the carved panel above the locked green door.
Ribat Bayram Jawish
The 1540 Ribat Bayram Jawish has a facade featuring handsome ablaq and shallow muqarnas. Compare this with the buildings on Tariq Bab...
Ecce Homo Convent of the Sisters of Zion
This convent is named for the Ecce Homo arch that crosses the Via Dolorosa outside. The arch (part of which has been enveloped by the...
Austrian Hospice Café
A good cup of tea can be difficult to find in the Old City (the locals like Lipton), so the fact that this cafe uses tea from Julius...
The display of ancient photos on the walls adds significant charm to this Old City eatery. The menu offers a choice of 20 kinds of...
63 Al-Wad St · interesting places nearby
Abu Shukri information
After the best hummus in the Old City? This local favourite gets our vote. The standard platter includes a bowl of fresh hummus with your choice of topping (chickpea, tahina, fuul or pine nuts), some pickles and a basket of pita bread. We recommend adding a side order of falafel (10NIS) and glass of freshly squeezed juice (10NIS).
Head inside to find a table – there are three dining areas.