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This Jerusalem favorite is a kosher meat restaurant and I am a vegetarian, so I can't speak to the main dishes here, but they have my favorite shakshuka in Israel. It's more spicy and has a depth of flavor that's not so common. It doesn't...More
This place is popular and must be good to be so when there's so much competition in the shuk itself (this restaurant is behind the shuk and at the back of the vegetables stands, not very visible). I had the best humous ever as a...More
sometimes simplisity is the best. Azura are doing an amazing job serving treditional courses from the Turkiesh cuisine. they are the "slow food" per exelance. the food is always fresh and serve super fast from the moment you have ordered.
its my favorite reasaurant in...More
We had heard lovely reports about this casual restaurant which is just situated on the outside of the fantastic MAHNE YEHUDA market. Most people in the market can "guide" you to find it. It is not open for dinner but a late lunch is wonderful...More
It took us about half an hour to find this little gem, but is worth it as the food was delicious just a pity it’s not open in the evening. It’s just outside the market away from the roads and the crowds.
Wow! Don’t miss this restaurant on your trip to Israel. Family owned, same family running and operating the restaurants. 9 children, 4 brothers/5 sisters. They said their Father is at the restaurant at 5am each morning. The food they prepare is the freshest cooked old...More
Our guide brought us to Azura for an Iraqi lunch. What a great treat. We sampled 4 dishes. Sorry I didn’t get the names of the dishes, but we loved them. I also enjoyed my first Israeli beer. Great lunch. Highly recommended
Food was absolutely delicious. Ordered the Azura dish which is eggplant with ground meat and sauce with cinnamon. Only reason I did not give it 5 is because the service was mediocre. I would definitely come here again
Sabbath or not, they are not open in the evenings. Anyway, the food is finished very quickly (after 3 or 4 pm, you are left with "left over"). So I don't think there is a need to serve in the evenings.