My friend took me to this very charming restaurant. We had very good palestinian food served by the owner of the restaurant . They were very welcoming. I recommend the place
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You would assume being just the two of us un the restaurant you would ne well looked after not quite. We ordered some mezze to start with and was disappointed with the pita bread not being warmed up this would have been nice as the...More
Our guide took us here to escape the hustle and bustle and to enjoy a wine soaked lunch. The price for 5, with a very nice bottle of Israeli wine, was well under 100 dollars. The menu lists local specialties prepared with dedication and purpose....More
A good restaurant for what it offers the atmosphere is nice the owners friendly and ready to serve you at anything you ask the price is reasonable and the food is amazing thumbs up
Better than any other restaurant I have seen in the old city when talking about the place. Wood, rock and nice traditional decoration. We only had Arabic coffee and French fries so not to much to judge. A bit pricey though.
This meal of meatballs and wine was the best we had all week in Jerusalem. The staff was friendly and efficient. Went early on a friday night and it was quiet. Highly recommended.
What more could you ask for after a hectic morning in the Old City? We loved the Jerusalem mezah and the perfectly chilled Israeli white wine. Service was gracious and attentive, but not overbearing. A great place to re-charge before you dive back into the...More
First, I have been to the Old City numerous times.. Read reviews about this place and took my family here on a weekday in June.. Empty... service very slow and not so friendly. Menu very limited. We ordered chicken skewers x3 and a Caesar salad...More