Descend from street level to one of the most charming restaurants in Jerusalem, complete with a fountain, large chandelier, and soft Armenian music in ... More
Descend from street level to one of the most charming restaurants in Jerusalem, complete with a fountain, large chandelier, and soft Armenian music in the background. Armenian specialities include Basturma (Dried Beef with Spices), Khaghoghi Derev (Minced Meat in Grape Leaves), Kebab and Shashlik, Kubbeh (Cracked Wheat stuffed with Meat) and Soujouk (Spicy Sausages). A variety of Salads, Sandwiches, Desserts, and Wines is available. There is a separate bar that serves Wine and mixed drinks. Reservations are essential for Friday or Saturday dinner. An average meal costs NIS 80 here.
We have eaten at the Armenian Tavern several times during our visit in 2000 and 2002. We expect to be in Jerusalem in October 2004 and look forward to eating there again. The owner is a very friendly man and we have enjoyed several conversations with him including visits to his home.
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