My friends and I managed to visit Jerusalem Falafel / The Olive Tree when it was mostly empty. We were quite a large group (12 of us) but hoped to be seated in maybe two groups of six - guys and girls. You would have thought we'd asked for other patrons to be reseated to accommodate us (there were several tables large enough for us available). When we tried to scoot tables together ourselves, she began yelling at us. We are not a rowdy bunch and felt very uncomfortable after the ordeal.
We were finally seated, had menus and ordered. The food was not bad but not that great either. There are plenty of restaurants in Chiang Mai that are much better. It was quite expensive for Thailand as well - at least for what you get.
My suggestion would be to skip this restaurant unless you have no Middle Eastern restaurants near your home and are simply craving it.
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