Religious pilgrims have been traveling to Jerusalem for centuries, yet you don’t have to share their zeal in order to appreciate this city’s profound cultural and historical significance. Plan on seeing the major sights, but also leave plenty of time to walk through the streets and simply immerse yourself in the daily life of such an ancient and revered place.
Things to do in Jerusalem
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Authentic Biblical cuisine using wild herbs that celebrate innovation and ancient recipes. Located at the beginning of the New Artist Colony not far from the Old City, 5 minute walk from the Mamilla shopping corridor.
Just wanted to give a shoutout to the amazing staff of The Eucalyptus. Friends of mine were traveling here for their son's Bar Mitzvah and had planned to have their dinner here. I worked with Joe to arrange a surprise for the Bar Mitzvah boy, which he executed graciously and happily. This is a testament to the caliber of establishment it is.
When I asked my friends about the meal, they couldn't stop raving about it, but what stood out to them was the personal attention everyone gave to their son and how special they made him feel. If you are considering celebrating a special event in Jerusalem, I highly recommend The Eucalyptus!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
This is the only great dinner restaurant in Jerusalem. The food was all very good, however the place is just not a 5 star because of the tables and the way food is brought out. I highly recommend, but service, tables and overall experience do matter. Nevertheless go, and go often.,
4.5 based on 223 reviews
Great Italian dairy menu. Kosher. Also provide gluten-free pasta!
Great for little events or jusy a peacfull and delicious evening out with family or friends. Love it!
4.5 based on 673 reviews
Friendly and fast (!) service, delicious Iraqi food. Everything on the menu is delicious. The prices are very reasonable. The setting is fun (in the heart of Machane Yehuda). There are two Azura restaurants, one at either end of the courtyard. They're owned by brothers. Same food at each. You can't go wrong with anything on the menu!
5 based on 107 reviews
A proper English bar, very close to the old city with 17 taps of extraordinary beers from Israel and all other the world, the bar has its' own beer on tap!. It's a whisk(e)y bar with over 100 types of single malt whiskies from all over the world. It's a small bar where you can meet locals from Jerusalem and students from all over Israel. Open hours are since 20:00 every day till last customer. It plays mostly rock music. Sometimes hosts a live bands and has simple but good food.
We ordered the local draft and the service is friendly and professional. The music at the bar is a bit heavy but bearable, this is a young people's pub. The selection is good. Didn't eat but enjoyed it. This small but fun place is open...Morethanks it's nice to read such compliments but was somthing wrong ?
4.5 based on 291 reviews
Nocturno is a homey coffee house, popular with Betzalel art students and other creatives. Nocturno is not far from the bustle of Ben Yehuda Street and Mahne Yehuda market, but feels far more local and authentic. It was one of Jerusalem's first espresso bars, and now has over 15 years of experience to its name. Located on Betzalel Street, it also has tables on the street, which give a taste of the city's exciting urban spirit.in the menu you can find special sandwiches, pasta, salad and a new special vegan menu. Nocturno located in "Designers In The City" complex.The Designers in the City complex displays exhibition of the work of about 20 chosen designers in the studio where they create, put together, work and sale their products to the general public. The complex includes designers of various disciplines - ceramic design, industrial design, jewelry, fashion design and more.
The breakfast food quality is average. The service is attentive but rather slow in getting the food served. Ambience is ok and not too bad a place for breakfast and not sure about the dinner. Price is fair and location is convenient assessable.Thank you for the review, we make all afforts to serve fresh and tasty food. hope you'll come again
5 based on 263 reviews
I highly recommend visiting this awesome place! The staff is kind and welcoming, the food is great and they have many dishes for vegans. I had the Indian Thali and it’s was delicious :)
4.5 based on 145 reviews
Never had khachapuri before, but will be searching for it again forever! This is a great little hole in the wall with very friendly staff and delicious food. I’ll be sorry to leave Jerusalem without visiting it again.It warms our hearts that our little place made such an impression on you that you'll now be searching for hachapuri again!
4.5 based on 203 reviews
Amazing food by Asaf Granit a very interesting Israeli chef.
Nice market food joint in the Mahane Yehuda market in Jerusalem.
Food was just amazing
The beetroot with cream was sublime
The tuna carpacio was delicious
The green salt was very tasty and fresh
The marrocan fish was just amazing
The polenta was much better than the one I eat in his other place across the street mahneiuda
4.5 based on 579 reviews
Home Made Lebanese and Middle eastern Food kosher
We are an Indian family and some of the dishes in the menu were customisable to Indian tastes. These guys customised the dishes and delighted us. Small but accommodative , fast but attentive to quality , chaotic but willing to listen, affordable but exclusive. ?
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