This restaurant is actually in a museum...Ticho House. Do yourself a favor, and if you are coming by taxi, just ask for Ticho House...no one seems to have heard of "Little Jerusalem," but everyone knows Ticho House. To get there you go down an alley, make a few turns, et., but it is easy to find if you just follow the Ticho House sign at the begining. The setting is nice, the food is OK, and the service is very friendly and efficient, but you go there more for the experience than the atmosphere or the food. The restaurant attracts a very mixed crowd, and everyone seems to be enjoying themselves...young, old, orthodox, tourists, etc. When you order food, in the Israeli fashion it comes right away, and there is a lot of it. Two of us ordered the salad, hummus, etc. appetizer to share, and the waitress warned us that that might be enough for our whole meal. It almost was. There is live music on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings. The evening we were there, there was a jazz quartet. While I generally do not like music in restaurants, this was extremely pleasant and enjoyable. There is an outdoor section that looks nice, but it was too chilly when we were there to try it.