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Restaurants in Jerusalem

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    Nagila, Jerusalem

    In the city center of Jerusalem, not far from the Machane Yehuda Market sits family-run restaurant, Nagila. Offering homely vegan food in a comfortable atmosphere, Nagila is one of only a small... explore more
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    Touro Restaurant, Jerusalem

    Positioned on the hills of Jerusalem, looking out onto the Old City and Mount Zion is a restaurant named Touro.   Here, against this romantic backdrop is the culinary masterwork of the... explore more
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    La Pavee Restaurant, Jerusalem

    La Pavee is a lovely, intimate restaurant located in Jerusalem, within walking distance of the Waldorf-Astoria, Mamilla, David’s Citadel and King David Hotels. La Pavee is the name of a street where... explore more
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    Japanika Sushi Bar, Jerusalem

    What happens when you match a smart businessman with a law degree who has owned an Aroma Café for three and a half years with the CEO of a 24-resturant chain?... explore more
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    Kedma Restaurant, Jerusalem

    Located on the upper floor of the Mamilla Mall, in downtown Jerusalem, Moshek Cohen, 35 years old, like many Israelis, dreamed of owning his own restaurant because it seemed fancy and... explore more
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    Shosh, Jerusalem

    Shosh, now a local institution in the Katamon neighborhood, was founded four years ago, by Jerusalemitee Nir Efrati. Shosh is a truly neighborhood café in Rehavia, where people come to eat on... explore more
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    Landwer Cafe, Jerusalem

    If you are coming to Jerusalem soon and can arrange to have breakfast or brunch (lunch and dinner too!) in a place with atmosphere, nostalgia, history and outstanding food, you must... explore more
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    Halita'tea, Jerusalem

    How do you say “sipping tea” in Hebrew slang? Halita’tea. Where do you go for 60 different kinds of tea to buy and take home or a cup of tea with... explore more
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    Maalot, Jerusalem

    In Jerusalem, the restaurant Maalot is a great option if you are looking for a charming and, intimate place to dine. Inside the L-shaped restaurant with ceiling fans and trac lights;... explore more
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    Adom, Jerusalem

    Walk through the gate of the renovated railway station in Jerusalem and you’ll see the Adom restaurant located on the left. It is both elegant and simple in design, showing its... explore more