Ima's (Mother's in Hebrew) offers up consistently good quality traditional Jewish Middle Eastern cooking served in a Jerusalem atmosphere. Thick stone walls, attractive arches, plenty of light, but not too much space, mark this Jerusalem landmark restaurant. You'll find plenty of locals here, drawn by nostalgia for their mother's kubbeh or spicy meatballs. Everything comes absolutely fresh from the grill to the table, delivered by waitstaff who look like they could be the sons and daughters of the owners. Order up a bottle of Israel's best Merlot or Cabernet Sauvignon, top off your meal with a glass of sweet Moroccan mint tea or a Turkish coffee and you've experienced a lovely Jerusalem evening.
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