Jerusalem District Restaurants

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Jerusalem District Restaurants

  • On the way from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv

    The Elvis restaurant is located on the outskirts of Jerusalem. The Elvis Inn, a restaurant which painstakingly recreates the formica-and-drive-in-movie décor, atmosphere and menu of a '50s era American diner to the tune of an endless Elvis playlist.The owners of the place are sworn Elvis Presley fans. His photographs decorate all the walls of the...

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  • On the way from Jerusalem to Bethlehem

    That was a rather good restaurant on our unsuccessful way to Bethlehem from Jerusalem. Its best quality for me was that we didn’t waste much time there (about half an hour) and could come back quickly to Jerusalem to go on an excursion. Besides that we had an opportunity to visit the Mar Elias Monastery which is close to the restaurant while the...

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  • Excellent food!

    Christian Quarter I stopped in for lunch and had a homemade local pizza. The restaurant had just opened for the day and i was the first customer.

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  • Casual restaurant in american colony...

    Val’s Brasserie is open from lunch through late dinner all year round. Situated beside the pool and the Cellar Bar, guests will enjoy favorite local dishes, continental specialties and quick snacks in a cozy and relaxing atmosphere. Afternoon tea, a British classic, is served here daily from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. with tea, variety of sandwiches,...

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  • Cozy environment

    This restaurant was recommended by JadedMuse ( VT). It was an excellent suggestion, i loved this restaurant. I ordered the pasta which was differnent than i have seen before. It was a red sauce, lots of mozarella cheese and thick noodles, served in a big wooden bowel. It was fabulous. The restaurant is very nice, you go down some stairs when you...

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  • Cleanest and Tastiest in the Old City

    We visited the Old City for three days in August and ate at Amigo Emil four time. The girls (11 and 13) loved the 400 yr old multi-level cavern the restaurant sits in on Al-Khanqa Street in the Christian Quarter. Owner and former international banker Costandi Bajjali has done a fantastic job with the tasteful antique decor and lighting, a broad...

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  • Atmosphere/atmosphere

    Here you sit out on the lawn, surrounded by greenery, overlooking the surrounding hills and valleys, what you would be looking for if you could build your homes porch wherever you wanted. We opted for simple Israeli salads and pasta, nothing fancy this time, just wanted to enjoy the area. The service was nothing to write home about, too slow by...

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  • Great restaurant...

    I found this place on my way to the Western Wall. Its right as you enter the inside security complex to the wall( under the tunnel). It is at the end of the souq as you approach security area for western wall Humus was excellent, chicken, salad......everything was great.

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  • The Dogs Bark But the Caravan Rolls On

    After hearing about the humus joints of Abu Ghosh for so many years, I decided the time had come to try one. I had been to a concert in the Abu Ghosh church many years ago. We brought along my daughter, who was a baby then, and sat with her on a hard wooden bench as the choir launched into a lively rendition of Missa Creola, hoping against hope she...

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  • Milkshakes on the Mountain

    After a visit to the Sataf, which can be a little on the strenuous side if you are not used to hiking up and down mountainsides – although rest assured, this is not the Alps – grab a seat at one of the tables at the outdoor café and order a little something to get your wind back. Café Sataf, on a wooden deck with a beautiful view of the Judean...

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  • Israeli Pizza

    Another restaurant I can't remember the name of. But they serve the best pizza around (unless you go to the New City). They have unique kind of pizzas we don't find, say in the U.S. I had herb pizza : )

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  • Falafel

    I love falafel. And there is no other place than Middle East to have delicious falafel.I can't remember the name of resturant, but the best falafel I had in Jerusalem is located in Jewish Quarter. The restaurant is small and also sells food store front for people who want to take-out. If you like, they serve falafel with hummus on it! It is located...

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  • All you can eat Falafel and not gain an...

    When your in the Old town Jerusalem in the Arab market place, you'll find small street vendor who will whip you up a fast and delicious Israeli Falafel, which is a new famous Israeli dish that is new to the country and is new to the Israel palate as of 1948. It's made with peta bread, interesting veggie, turkey ball and a zesty white creamy sauce....

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  • Not all the food is kosher!

    Jerusalem has a fine selection of restaurants of all types and prices. Jewish clients should check for kashrut licence if needed. Meorav Yerushalmi- assorted grill meat served with chips and vegetables

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