Abu Ghaush Travel Guide

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Abu Ghaush Things to Do

  • Notre-Dame de l'Arche d'Alliance

    From a distance you can see the church on a high hill overlooking Abu-Ghosh, topped by a white statue of the Madonna and Child.This is the Church of Our Lady of the Arc of Covenant, commemorating the story from the Old Testament: The Philistines, who captured the Arc of Covenant from the Israelites in battle, finally returned it to the Israelites,...

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  • Crusaders Church

    The Crusaders Church is located in the village itself, right next to the famous Abu Shukri hummus joint. The gate is usaully closed, but once you ring the bell they will open it for you. Inside you will find a charming little church and a beautiful garden. The priest in charge of the place is one of the nicest I've ever met. He will take you on a...

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  • Liturgic Music Festival

    Twice a year, at Sukkot (a week long Jewish holiday, a few days after Yom Kippur) and Shavuot (the Jewish Pentecost, 7 weeks after Passover), there is a liturgic music festival right here in Abu Ghaush. The churces are home to choirs from all over the world and there are visitors from all over Israel. If you happen to be in the area for the event...

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Abu Ghaush Restaurants

  • Humus with a Reputation

    "The original Abu Shukri's humus started in a small restaurant in the Old City of Jerusalem, with a recipe that was passed from father to son, and is religiously adhered to in its new residence in Abu Gosh": This is what the sign inside the restaurant says.There are various claims to Abu Shukri's legendary recipe and tradition, with at least two of...

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  • Good Middle Eastern Dining in Abu Gosh

    If you want to dine in a restauarant in the Jerusalem area on Saturdays, Abu Gosh is the natural choice, located a safe distance away from the religious restrictions imposed on the Holy City on the Sabbath. Once in Abu Gosh, the Lebanese Restaurant is a good option; good food, reasonable selection of Middle Eastern dishes with a Lebanese flavor,...

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  • A waste of time in Abu Ghaush

    Caravan restaurant is a middle eastern restaurant in the middle of Abu Ghaush with a beautiful view to the mountains.This is the only good thing i can say about the reataurant.The service was one of the lousiest i saw in such kind of restaurant (should be quick).We waited a lot for the food , a young 3 years old kid waited for his food for 30...

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  • Arab food on the highway to Jerusalem

    On the highway between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem not far from Jerusalem lies Abu Ghaush, which is famous for the best humus in Israel. There are apparently 3 "original" restaurant all shooting off the actual original restaurant that made the name for the village. We went to the one apparently called "Lebanese Food Restaurant", at least that is the...

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  • "The" Lebanese Restaurant or Ethnic...

    Simply called the "Lebanese Restaurant", this place has been there for YEARS and people still fill it up on the weekends. If you are unfamiliar with the foods try them all. The Hummus is especially delicious.

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  • Lebanese Food with a view

    The entire village of Abu Ghaush is full with restaurants. Each one has its own favourite. For me, it's the Lebanese restaurant in the entrance to the village. If you sit outside, under the mulberry tree, you will have great views of the valley. The ultimate dish is stuffed chicken. The chicken is stuffed with rice spiced with cinnamon. This is a...

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