Slow service and lentil soup was tasteless and when I mentioned it to waiter it didn't seem to bother him.
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Good food, nice people and located at a very relaxed tiny square. Definately worthwhile a recommendation. You can be seated either outside or inside but both are really fine.
Food is not the best, was there 3 times for drinks. They should do a lot better with fresh food around. The atmosphere at night to have a drink or wine is good. Don’t plan on having a good lunch or dinner. Good only to...More
We had lunch here today and it was excellent! Nice staff, tasty food and good pricing. What more can you ask for!
Waited over an hour and a half for a sandwich, Caesar salad, soup and a stake. The food was good but the wait time ruined the experience. They continued to seat people and no one got their orders.
Loved everything about this restaurant. We were here for dinner and chose to be seated outdoors. The courtyard is lovely in the evening breeze. The lamb in the main dishes is tender and delicious (a welcome surprise!). The service was attentive, but not overbearing. What...More
Its now my go-to place to take other visitors (my 4th trip to Jerusalem, brings me here with different colleagues and medical volunteers). I love the atmosphere here and the food has never let me down. This time I tried their homemade Kubbeh (I'm told...More
In a colonial “galleria” of sorts, a fit place to indulge oneself in a fresh draught beer and some pretzels or fries.