Great food but you must try also desert with coffee. We tried salad, shawarma and falafel, all was great for that money.
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Hands down best meal we had all holiday! The owner seemed a little grumpy to start with, but soon warmed up. Great decor Highly recommend !
This place is golden. The owner, Abu Ashraf of course and his friend Abu Khaled were so welcoming for a solo traveler, me, who wandered into their alley after they had just closed for the night and were chatting over some coffee. I didn’t look...More
We just had few time to do a quick walk in Nazareth with no guide or idea to go. We just lost ourselves and suddenly we found this amazing place called Abu Ashraf full of things and hostess by the very same Abu Ashraf. We...More
This antique shop is run by one old guy, who makes each dish fresh when you order it, so expect to take some time here. He was able to accommodate my sister's gluten free needs. He speaks good English, and was charming and welcoming. The...More
The restaurant was recommended by Lonely Planet, so we trusted it and tried. The experience was good: food was nice, the place was really interesting and the price adequate.
Well, it's been pretty surprising as this is really more antique shop than restaurant but still, you can get decent meal there! :-) The guy who's running this is very nice and will recommend you lots of good stuff, but to me, it wasn't really...More
We walked in and were able to sit right away. Most of the tables were full and the room was very cool - there were things all around, making for an interesting atmosphere. The owner/chef came over to take our order. We wanted to order...More
to our regret, it was the worst experience in any restaurant in Israel. we were never so misleaded by the tripadvisor reviews, following the high ranking I went up the hill looking for this place. from first instant it went bad, we wanted to sit...More