The shawarma was delicious as was the espresso. Surroundings were basic, lacking ambiance. Toilets were clean.
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We had a great chicken Shawarma for lunch it was reasonable with nice rest rooms. An excellent choice for our mid day snack. Highly recommend the stop.
The welcome was good, but when we wanted to pay, we could pay only in cash. Now we know why ... We gave 800 shekel, but after 1 minute, the gentleman returned saying that he was missing 200 shekel, and said he had been given...More
We dropped in here for a quick snack before going to the church of Annunciation. Great falafel and friendly service. Clean toillets. But don't order white wine. Warm and sweet. Take juice.
I stopped into this place for a quick lunch after visiting the Basilica of the Annunciation and was pleasantly surprised. I had fresh squeezed pomegranate juice (could've used more ice, but it was good), hummus with pita bread, and falafel balls. Everything was great, but...More
Great food and great prices. I had the beef shawarma in a pita sandwich. Delicious! Very welcoming place.
I had an avocado and tomato salad which was delightful, well flavoured and fresh. Well located near the church and a nice fan to keep us cool
Sixteen of us stopped for lunch while touring the city. The restaurant is not fancy and has a resident parrot. It has long tables and plastic chairs. We just had sandwiches, flafel or shawerma, and both were good. During our two week tour I had...More
Many group use this restaurant. Owner is very kindly Arabic of Nazareth Christian. Most famous menu are spagetti boronese. It mean Non kosher. There have lunch set menu around usd20$, ask to owner. If you have more small expense, you can ask other menu.
We were traveling in Nazareth market, the kids were very hungry so we entered this place without checking... The food was horrible, the meats were overcooked badly (the shishlik was so burned we sent it back, and got shishilik which was "just" dead dry instead...)....More