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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.
Vegan Options, Kosher, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Seating, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Wine and Beer
We have been to this restaurant with friends and it really surprised us! The food was kosher and surprisingly delicious, every dish was excellent, even the deserts (which are not that great in kosher restaurants). I recommend this restaurant to all my friends who travel...More
moshe basson is a world class chef (with world wide honors to prove it!). super nice, sweet, he comes to your table, checks on everything. the food is scrumptious, quite unique - all made with very local fresh ingredients. a delightful place to go.
We are doing a tour of Israel with our church and decided to branch out with some couples to eat at a local restaurant (instead of tour food). I found The Eucalyptus via Trip Advisor and we walked there from the hotel. chef Moshe Basson’s...More
The outdoor seating area is beautiful and the tasting menu was delicious. The trio of soups was amazing as were the following 9 courses. Definitely worth the price. Our waiter, Micheal was very helpful and attentive. Highly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a...More
Food was great and the staff could not be better. Really enjoyed our entire experience. We each had a different meal and all were tasty. Met the chef who was very friendly and welcoming. I would recommend you try this place when in Jerusalem.
We had the Shir Hashirim taster menu and were served excellently by Michael. This is a wonderful expereince and during the meal the chef Moshe came to sperak to us. each dish was beautifully presented and tasted excellent. We were supposed to receive a total...More
I believe you meant to type "Pesach" and while I don't now for sure, I am almost positive that they were not open during Chol HaMoed Pesach in 2018. The good news is that if they are closed, they will be open the Thursday... More
I believe you meant to type "Pesach" and while I don't now for sure, I am almost positive that they were not open during Chol HaMoed Pesach in 2018. The good news is that if they are closed, they will be open the Thursday night before the Chag (as well as the Sunday night after Pesach is over).