Located in a restored 19th century building complete with vaulted ceilings and enchanting archways, along a romantic walkway, this upscale fish and ... More
Located in a restored 19th century building complete with vaulted ceilings and enchanting archways, along a romantic walkway, this upscale fish and pasta restaurant has an impressive array of sea delicacies. For USD30, the herb-crusted grouper seasoned with white wine sauce is the chef's specialty. In addition to the fish, the pasta dishes, breads and desserts are all homemade. A discounted business lunch is available from USD10 for a pasta dish, to USD13 for fish. Parties for 40 to 100 people can be arranged.
This long established and popular restaurant is favoured by Israelis and tourists alike for its consistent high standards, cheerful ambience
and most of all, for the giant Focaccias. Baked in the outdoor, stone oven, the piping hot half metre ...
Located in a quiet neighbourhood of downtown Jerusalem near the original Bezalel Art School, this congregation was founded in 1925.
The present congregation, reinstituted in 1996, is a member of the Baptist Convention of Israel and is affiliated with ...
One of the many unusual restaurants to be found in Jerusalem, this location offers homemade Kurdish food in a rustic
Eastern style decor complete with comfy embroidered cushions and colorful hanging rugs. Dishes on the menu include Giri Giri ...