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Bar, Cafe, Israeli
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Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
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Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night
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All reviews chicken snitzel apple crumble gnocchi salad ice cream shrimp shakshuka non kosher older guests popular meeting place serves excellent food hope this helps sweet tooth friendly service tel aviv large portions main course
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Reviewed August 13, 2020

Delicious food. Service good. A bit crowded as there are limited tables for 4+, but great if you're solo (at the bar) or two people.

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed July 5, 2020 via mobile

A well known bistro in Rehavia quarter, Jerusalem that serves excellent food in a comfortable ambience and fast service. Enjoy.

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed July 3, 2020

My first Jerusalem restaurant since C19 erupted. Went for lunch with family members. I order the "lunch special" salmon with pasta as the main course. It was excellent - tasty, juicy and full of flavors. As part of the "business lunch" (addition 28 Shekels) I...ordered the roast beef Brochette - that was really outstanding, red wine - which was good (but served in rood temperature - so had to add an ice cube) and coffee which was very good. The service was excellent - and very attentive to C19: we dined outdoors and were provide a barcorde - so we looked at the menu on our phones and the waiters are all wearing masks. The service was both very efficient and very polite and attentive (e. g., they refilled the water bottle - without having to ask). It is a bit pricey (for Jerusalem) - but definitely worth it.More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed February 2, 2020

Non-kosher restaurant, but not open on Shabbat. The food was good, more or less Italian cuisine. It is a small restaurant, and we were told on entering that we could not stay there beyond 2 hours. Service was reasonably quick.

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed November 30, 2019

We had dinner there twice during our five day stay in Jerusalem. Each night the food, wine and service were excellent. Although this is a distinctly Israeli restaurant we, as Americans, felt very comfortable and appreciated (not that we felt otherwise elsewhere). As such, it...had a touch of home mixed with great cuisine and atmosphere. Would definitely go there again.More

Date of visit: November 2019
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CafeYehoshua, Owner at Cafe Yehoshua, responded to this reviewResponded December 2, 2019

Thank you for the kind words, we appreciate it very much and hope to see you again on your next visit

Reviewed November 26, 2019 via mobile

It was my first time here at this restaurant and I have to say the sausages I ordered were very ordinary, nothing too special. I didn’t get nearly enough sauerkraut which was disappointing and even though they said the ice cream was homemade it certainly...didn’t taste like that at all! It was very icy with no flavour whatsoever. I certainly won’t be back anytime soon.More

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed November 26, 2019

We had heard about this restaurant from people who had been there before and said it was good. Maybe they were having a bad night a few days ago. I'm not prone to criticize restaurants, I far prefer to praise them. That night, I ordered...the schnitzel crumbed with parmesan and it was literally inedible. Thick pieces of very tough meat. I hardly ate any, it was terrible. Very disappointing in a country where you can get a good schnitzel almost anywhere!More

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed October 7, 2019 via mobile

A family of six searched for a fine restaurant near King George Street. Sometimes google shows us the way. In this case our eyes did the job. Well frequented, younger and older guests and a table for six adults offered by the friendly young ladies....The atmosphere very comfortable. For us hungry people the dishes were served just in time. Not too long waiting, not too quick on the table. Just perfect. We have chosen Allen‘s homemade sausages with mashed potatos, Yehoshua‘s Burger, rice and shrimps, cheddar rose gnocchi, tomate radiator vegetables and the chicken breast. All dishes very yummy. So all in all as many points as possible. And we would come again!More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed September 29, 2019 via mobile

One of the last standing non kosher restaurants left in the city, this gem is a dying breed and deserves much respect for its delicious food and IPA beer on tap. This is a perfect spot for dinner bar atmosphere and Jerusalem as I remember...it from the 90s cosy, friendly and filled with life and versatility.More

Date of visit: September 2019
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Reviewed September 28, 2019 via mobile

Good food, service and atmosphere Coffee was strong and warn Pasta was great and desert topped it all

Date of visit: September 2019
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