If you love bread, then you will thoroughly enjoy sampling an array of Israeli specialties in the Old City streets. Here is a short list. The most popular is pita. Malawach is thin-layered pastry crisped on a griddle (resembles a pancake). Laffa is a flatbread rolled over some delicious stuffing. Bourekas are a triangular pastry often filled with cheese and spinach, a perfect way to start your morning. Taboon is a Middle East baked flatbread covering shredded meat or hummus (looks like a small bubbled pizza without toppings). Krantz (which you may know as babka) is a sweet dough bread similar to a coffeecake. Finally, buy a Jerusalem bagel in a rolled-up newspaper and garnish it with za’atar.