Corner of HaCharuv and HaTut Streets
Morris was a familiar and oft-requested name in the marketplace, so when the family decided to open a restaurant they decided to keep the name.
Dudu, Morris' son, runs this little place on the corner of HaCharuv and HaToot streets. Every night there's an unforgettable meat festival, with Greek music and plenty of drinks. The credit for the idea of a Greek Tavern in the market goes to Morris. With all the success the place enjoyed, he opened the second Morris at the shuk, on Bet Yaakov St., which is also open during the day.
On the menu: entrecote steak, skewered meat, turkey, skewered sweetbreads, duck liver, chicken hearts and more. The dishes are all served with a selection of fresh salads.