Christian owned and conveniently located it is large, clean and has good service. Food is typical Arab and good but not exceptional.
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Our tour group of 36 had a wonderful farewell dinner at this large restaurant. We walked thru the Jaffa Gate and up the hill. The place was nicely decorated. We had a private room. The waitstaff was pleasant and attentive. The food was Mediterranean. The...More
SKIP THIS PLACE! Food you wouldn't dare serve to locals because they'd be horrified at what's being passed off as "Middle Eastern cuisine". The place is a factory, churning out tasteless salads and supposedly Middle Eastern home-cooked food for masses of tourists. The most apt...More
The restaurant is located in an old and authentic building inside the city walls of the old city of Jerusalem, in the Armenian quarter. Food and dishes are basic local cuisine, served in a nice authentic atmosphere.
Came here for lunch with a group of friends. It was quite crowded when we came. This Amernian restaurant serves awesome meat dishes of which we ordered the chicken and lamb. Bread was freshly prepared which just brings the food to the next level. We...More
It's a nice experience to have chicken and beef kebabs. Would have loved to have more of the meat but we were unsure if it's only limited because we came with a group or as a group. Service is a little slow. It seems like...More
This restaurant is one of the most beautiful in Jerusalem right down the street from the Tower of David in the Armenian Quarter. The place is very spacious with gorgeous vaulted stone walls. I had a large lunch of salads,humus, kubbeh(amazing meat pastries) and entree...More
Excellent location and well-decorated but the food and service must have seen better days. It is purely focused on making a quick buck on pilgrims and other tourists making their way through the old city beauties. The set menu is the traditional tourist trap with...More