Yamishuk

Taste the Shuk

Your Self-Guided Tasting Experience
in the Mahane Yehuda Market

How Does It Work?

Purchase your
Yamishuk Card
here on the website

Collect your cards
in the Shuk

Scan the barcode
on the card and see
over 40 tasting options

Choose your tastings

Give your tickets to the stall

Taste and enjoy!

FAQ




Each card includes 10 tear-off tickets. Each photo on the tasting page indicates how many tickets are required per tasting (1-3 tickets per tasting). Depending on how you choose to redeem your tickets, you will receive between 4 – 10 tastings.

Because it’s fun!!!!

We at Yamishuk strive to provide a large selection of tastings that represent classic foods from the market. All you have to do is go through the options and decide how to use your ten tickets and enjoy!

Yamishuk cards expire six months from purchase date. Come when it’s convenient for you, and if you didn’t finish the tickets the first time, you can always come back another time with the remaining tickets.

Yes. All Yamishuk tastings are kosher. More information about kashrut is detailed on the tasting page.

The operating hours of the stores are indicated under each tasting on the tastings website. Please note – opening hours vary depending on the season and market activity and therefore may be updated unexpectedly. We do our best to give you the most up-to-date information.

Fridays and holiday eves: the market is open until approximately two hours before sunset.

Saturdays and holidays: closed

Sundays: some stalls close early on Sunday afternoons and some fresh food stalls (fruits / vegetables / meat) do not open at all on Sundays.

Yes! There is a large selection of vegan and gluten-free tastings, additional information is detailed on the tasting page. 

*Please note, Yamishuk is not the manufacturer or seller of food, therefore it has no control and/or responsibility for the purchased food, and is not responsible for the ingredients of the food including allergens. Each participant must verify the food components directly with the food stall itself.

You can definitely share. We recommend a card per person for the full experience, but those interested in less tastings are welcome to purchase a single card and share it.

After the purchase on the website, you will receive a confirmation by email. 
Show your confirmation at the collection point in the market:
Hadarya, 61 Etz Haim St.

Yes, you must have active internet. If you go around in a group, it’s enough for one person to have internet.

If you click on the picture of the tasting, you will see the address listed under the picture. Click on the address and Google Maps will take you to the destination.

About Us

Myriam and Michelle are longtime residents of the Nachalot neighborhood in the heart of Jerusalem. The Mahane Yehuda market is their backyard shop, and they know the market sellers by their first names.

They founded Yamishuk after many years of working in the field of tourism, when they noticed that many visitors have a hard time finding themselves among the hundreds of market stalls, and have difficulty knowing where the best places are. However, they saw that people are also looking for the independence of what and where to eat according to their own pace and taste.

And that’s how ‘Yamishuk’ was born – an experience where you can choose your tasting, get to know the market sellers, and of course have fun!