Just the place for a working lunch, this is a clean and airy diner and it serves a small range of simple homemade foods. Its canteen-like interior ... More
Just the place for a working lunch, this is a clean and airy diner and it serves a small range of simple homemade foods. Its canteen-like interior mostly frequented by local workers and families. A cheap meal, the entire menu is inexpensively priced. Meatballs in gravy, vine leaves, moussaka, stuffed eggplant and bean soup are some of the tastiest dishes on offer. Shishlik kebab (lamb on a skewer) and chopped beef liver is also recommended for those after a more substantial feed. No credit cards are accepted.
The restaurant is in a garden; it is a haven of serenity with its bright flowers and palms and the
sound of birdsong and running water. The bilingual menu offers a mixture of cakes and drinks, light snacks and ...
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 ...