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To get into the coffee shop is hard, very a socially on Friday. But once you’re inside the breakfast is goddess.
We were 4 we tried the Brioche the smoked salmon and the leafs breakfast all of them were super.
But the highlight was the...More
Great coffee, large selection of very delicious pastries and very welcoming and friendly service! Better to visit in the morning - we went there late in the afternoon and some things that we wanted to try were no longer available for the day.
This little pattiserie in Jerusalem is just that.. little. It was freezing out and we were told to wait outside until a table became available. It was not worth the wait. The waiter was a really decent young fella but the food was ordinary and...More
Delicious old café, with permanent line but worth wait to enjoy delicious pastries - all too good, too sweet and too fat to be healthy but three hours of treadmill later you will eliminate at least one third... Excellent !
Ive been to Kodosh so many times and it turned out good most of the time.
This time I ordered a Napoleon and Apple Strudel for take away
Maybe because it’s too crowded, the waitress can barely cater to each customer.
The Strudel she gave...More
I have been to Kadosh many times like I have been to any other cafes in Jerusalem, for different purposes (breakfast, lunch, meetings, dinner and drinks) but THIS was the point of NO RETURN.
I generally think that the food / service is "acceptable" and...More
Followed recommendations and stopped by for lunch. The best Nicoise salad I've had. Everything is fresh, tasty and seasoned masterfully. And be sure to order one of their fancy cakes/pies for dessert. I had the best Lemon meringue pie, truly equaling the ones I had...More