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Jerusalem Restaurants

It is true that the range of Jerusalem eateries will never rival that of cosmopolitan Tel aviv. Having said that, one can eat very well in the capital city. Jewish people ask G-d three times a day to return them to the holy land and Jerusalem eateries are the perfect reflection of the ingathering of the people from all four corners of the earth. French, Italian, Middle Eastern, Continental, American, Indian, Thai and Chinese restaurants can all be found in Jerusalem, with far more Kosher establishments than in Tel Aviv. The food is just as varied and delicious and the Kosher aspect does not stop the food from being delightful!


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The well thought-out ideology of four young men, who were friends from their youth, and all had different kinds of restaurant experiences, created this restaurant which opened in July of 2011. - See more at: http://www.touristisrael.com/restaurants/hasadna-the-culinary-workshop-Jerusalem/#sthash.QrsnlSxt.dpuf
The well thought-out ideology of four young men, who were friends from their youth, and all had different kinds of restaurant experiences, created this restaurant which opened in July of 2011. - See more at: http://www.touristisrael.com/restaurants/hasadna-the-culinary-workshop-jerusalem/#sthash.QrsnlSxt.dpuf
The well thought-out ideology of four young men, who were friends from their youth, and all had different kinds of restaurant experiences, created this restaurant which opened in July of 2011. - See more at: http://www.touristisrael.com/restaurants/hasadna-the-culinary-workshop-jerusalem/#sthash.QrsnlSxt.dpuf



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Versavee restaurant Bar & Café is a newly refurbished place at the "Versavee Historical building", in the heart of Jaffa Gate, where you can relax amongst the hustle of the old city of Jerusalem and enjoy tasty and varied food.



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No tourist experience is complete without a falafel. Luckily, one of Jerusalem's better falafel stands happens to be located in the heart of Jerusalem's main Street- Ben Yehuda. Moshiko isn't fancy, and it has burdened itself with the mysterious slogan, "Some people buy falafel, here falafel buys people". The salads are always fresh, excellent crisp and green falafel balls, in addition to shwarma, sabich and other pita-related fast food.



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Cielo restaurant has been owned and run for the past 14 years by Chef Adi Cohen. The menu at Cielo is Italian and includes meat, fish seafood and pasta.




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HaTaklit (The Record) is a trendy bar and performance space. It is the brainchild of three Jerusalemites in the local music industry with a love for vinyl records. Decorated with record sleeves on the walls, the bar offers a full bar with cocktails and beer on tap, English football screenings, live shows and DJ's. HaTaklit is a small and cozy spot and tables sprawl out on onto the street.




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Yamani is an authentic Yemenite restaurant. Yamani serve all kinds of traditional soups and meat, as well as unique dishes, along with the dough glorifying this unique cuisine.




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The retro designed Olive and Fish restaurant is located near the famouse windmill in Jerusalem. The restaurant is meat Kosher and based on Middle-Eastern flavors mixed with international dishes.

 




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Pera e Mela/ Agas Ve Tapuach is the oldest kosher Italian restaurant in Jerusalem. The owners- Gionatan Ottolenghi from Milan and his wife Miriam from Rome- prepare and serve the genuine Italian home-style Kosher food.




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Jacko's Street is a Kosher Chef restaurant, inspired by the Chef's favorite place- the market. Jacko's street Restaurant is located in the heart of the Mahane Yehuda Market in Jerusalem and offers a varied menu of fish, meat, vegetables and different Middle-Eastern dishes with a unique twist.




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Lavan Ba'Cinematheque

Breathtaking views of the Old City Walls, Mount Zion and the ancient city of David are all part-and-parcel of any meal had on the terrace of this restaurant. During recent renovations the terrace has been enclosed and dark glass comes between the diner and the spectacular view.

The owners of Adom (meaning Red), a mid-priced, high-quality cuisine restaurant in the Feingold Courtyard decided to branch out and opened Lavan (meaning White), a bistro that is located in the Jerusalem Cinematheque. The intensely white colored interiors allow the diners to focus on the stunning views from the windows.

The cuisine is dedicated to quality and cheaper and less complex than the sister-restaurant. Italian fare such as focaccia, pizza, pasta and risotto are on offer as well as Israeli-style breakfasts, continental baked goods, salads, fish and sandwiches.

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Set in a charming atmosphere, the Mamilla Café is a stylish place to meet throughout the day and evening and ideal for all. The menu offers a selection of starters, pastas and pizzas, salads and fish.




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La Regence is located in the famous King David hotel in Jerusalem. Run by the chef David Biton, the Kosher restaurant offers novel perceptions of exquisite contemporary Israeli cuisine. A cuisine that is avant-garde yet simple.


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