I was taken here to this charming little local dining venue, with pretty encaustic tiles (these were made by the Christian monasteries from a technique from medieval Europe, brought by the Crusaders, NOT 'Palestinian', not that there even is such a group or culture) decorating the floors, as is common in this and some other older neighbourhoods which were settled by Christians in the late 19th & early 20th C.
My host and I each had the breakfast platter, which was very full, with eggs (omlettes or scrambled or poached), salads, cheeses, a hot drink etc., and very good value.
Well recommended when you are in the Bethlehem Rd. area.
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