literally falling out of the Inbal hotel to this wonderful cozy restaurant. great quality for the price!
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Great place to eat if you want good food, but would not recommend if looking for a quiet meal. Very crowded when we went there, hard to have a conversation. We we're a large group, (12), wanted a birthday celebration, instead could only talk to...More
Our group tour took us here for our farewell dinner, and it was a nice experience. We were first served an array of about 8 different salad-type dishes, all of which were very good. For the entree, I got ground beef kabobs, which were delicious...More
The restaurant is on a main thoroughfare in Jerusalem where there is street parking. The restaurant has 2 floors and some outside terrace seating. There is a variety of food selections. There is chicken, fish, meat and vegetarian options. I have been there several times...More
We were a huge group (50) but we were seated and served efficiently and the food was delicious. Fresh and abundant.
Had to attract attention upon entering the place Staff looked like students that were there just for the job, nice enough but little hospitality. Had to ask for everything, nothing came naturally of was proposed . the food was OK, but not exceptionnal
Had a free night while on tour and went to this restaurant based on tour guide's recommendation. Market salad was fresh and nicely seasoned. Grilled eggplant appetizer was also enjoyable. For entrees we had an assortment between us all, shish kebob, sea bass, mango chicken...More
three friends get together here once a year to celebrate their birthdays and enjoy a good lunch. All the starters sounded good. The three we chose were all good. The main courses, too,l were good. Chicken livers, delicious. Chicken breast with caramelised pesto, delicious
I dined here on a recent business trip to Jerusalem. The food was perfectly fine. The service was not that great. The atmosphere is inviting. We were warmly greeted even though we did not have a reservation. While I would dine here again, I wouldn't...More