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After a long day in the blazing heat with my parents (mid 70s), we were at the end of our wits after being taken for a ride by a fresh fruit juice vendor we decided to seek out a place that we had seen the...More
It's located near main touristic paths, but not in the middle of it, so it's not crowded. The place is very clean, staff is friendly, the food is just great.
Also they encourage you to turn off the phone and talk to each other with...More
Located in the heart of Old Jerusalem, this place is not to be missed. A quick walk down some stairs and it's like nothing you've experienced. The decor makes it seem like a mix of lodge and museum, and there is something interesting in every...More
Well, what do you expect from a restaurant in the middle of the touristic centre of Jerusalem? That's basically what you get in this restaurant. But waiters were fast - faster than we were ready with our meals...
My daughter and I visited the Armenian Tavern tonight. The food was absolutely delicious and very flavoursome. We wish that we had discovered this restaurant earlier in our visit. All food was freshly made and spiced to perfection. Service was very prompt and the staff...More
I was looking forward to my lunch at this restaurant after reading all the wonderful things on trip-advisor. The restaurant is located in the Armenian quarter near Jaffa gate. A small door leads into what might look like an antique shop but its actually a...More
Just returned from a week in Jerusalem, and we must have eaten at the Armenian Tavern every evening but one. I cannot speak highly enough of the Tavern. Highlights:
Convenient location in the Armenian Quarter, just steps away from the Jaffa Gate
Wonderful ambiance, quiet...More
We stopped in here our first night in the city and ended up coming back over and over. The food is amazingly good, and the menu covers a range of styles. The staff was welcoming and the service excellent. We were very well taken care...More
Not impressed when first one chef actively doing food prep was smoking. Soon after that, lit up another, while eating with mouth open... then the senior chef lit up his cigarette. The saw the waiter read/send texts on his mobile phone, then with same hands,...More