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All reviews fried cauliflower chicken salad tehina bread shawarma fries cakes master chef african food a bit spicy stone building chef restaurant mahane yehuda market excellent food and service huge portions main dish
We were on our way to Azura when we got a lost and stopped at a shop in Mahune Yehuda to ask directions. The clerk shrugged and said,"Azura?" with just enough attitude that I asked where she would go instead. She said Azura was good,...More
Great combination of traditional North African food with the fine tuning touch of a Chef.
The dishes are not huge as at many other Chef restaurants but relatively cheaper.
The tastes are great , the location is great ,highly recommended.
We had most excellent dinner all with Morocco taste- spicy and home made touch.
Salads with homemade bread -so great.
First Morocco dishes such as Homos and fishes.
Main dishes such as “ARAISE” -home made bread fill with lamb meat and superb spices.
Firstly, I tried to book this restaurant using their online process. I didn't have an Israeli number, so it proved difficult. I tried calling the restaurant and was able to fumble my way through a conversation with two different people to make a booking for...More
They serve triditional North African family food. Avi Levi, Israel's Master Chef is the owner. Big dishes filled with good food. Don't expect modern or very exited dishes, but again, very well cooked home made style rich gamily food.
While visiting Jerusalem in May we had the pleasure of dining at Hamotzi.
. It is located off the main drag of Mahane Yehuda Market.
The food has North African influences and wonderful spices. there were four of us and we all loved our meals....More
As promised, I phoned the restaurant and was notified that the establishment has a Kashrut certificate from the Jerusalem Rabinate and their supplies are according to the Shmita laws. If you need additional and specific... More
As promised, I phoned the restaurant and was notified that the establishment has a Kashrut certificate from the Jerusalem Rabinate and their supplies are according to the Shmita laws. If you need additional and specific info, I suggest you phone them (972) 2 6310050 ext2.