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All reviews hummus beef meat fried cauliflower israeli salad shakshuka fries sabich cheap eats local place order at the counter on tap small place fast service the food is great old city plate toppings
Every time that I visit the place is always packed with young people, or tourists and is nice to have a nice hummus plate or Falafel, all is fresh the salads....the taste, one of the best places in town, is crowded so be patient.
Sometimes you can forgive bad service this was not bad but rude. I wish I walked out but was with wife and stayed. Food was good but you can get good hummus anywhere. Wife asked question waitress did not understand the waitress gave a mean...More
This place serves wonderful hummus- I recommend the mushroom one! Their portions are generous and the pita and falafel is also excellent. If you are looking for a nice ambiance, this really isn't the place-- it is very loud, and a bit filthy. But it...More
I am not a big hummus fan as I often find them to be a bit grainy and not smooth. Not here! The hummus is incredibly smooth and rich, and they serve it with several kinds of toppings. We tried the chickpea topping, Java bean...More
Restaurant is really home style. We had the best falafel and the toppings (one with beef and one with mushrooms) on the hummus were a nice addition. Really would recommend this restaurant if you are looking for an authentic Israeli diner.
People say they serve the best hummus in the city, and it is a bit like an old fast food place, so don't expect anything fancy, but the food is indeed good and also quite cheap for Jerusalem. A good choice!
The hummus is very good, the shakauhka less so. Our lemonade was served in plastic cups, this is far from sustainable especially in a country with such a high plastic waste problem.
They serve only one type of tea.