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“It was terrible!”
Review of Hess - CLOSED

Hess
Cuisines: Swiss
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Reviewed June 15, 2013

We came to have a lunch and got an old and not tasty meal,the floor and WC were dirty,and finally we had to paid a lot and were hungry...

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1  Thank z0t0v
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Reviewed April 21, 2013

Very tasty and good food. Authentic German sausages, sauerkraut, etc.-all the works. Very home style restaurant and service is personal and friendly. A bit expensive but worth it.

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Thank AMJ92
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Reviewed November 21, 2012

This is a small, family-run restaurant with very good sausages, potatoe salad and other typical German dishes.

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Reviewed July 10, 2012

you would think they were selling gold, but it is only gilded

Thank Mikeinmotio
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Reviewed May 9, 2012

Although not a deli the style I am used to as in Amsterdam or any European city This gem is a wonderful find in Jerusalem.
Family (7th generation since 1795), personal touch and a warm welcome and service are elements I appreciate. Also the best sauerkraut or choucroute ever tasted. And I tasted several styles in Switzerland, the US and even in South Africa. This deli serves a wide assortment of home made sausage, dried meat and soups + matza balls.

For 2nd I chose the "royal choucroute garnie platte" the platter comes with sauerkraut and potato salad (fabulous as well) and costs NIS 168. Served with crusty bread. The Swiss sausage especially tastes great with a pint of Goldstar Israeli dark lager beer. Also the Italian style salami is one of the best ever tasted.
Also duck and lamb dishes are fantastic but maybe a bit to much if you already enjoyed the soup and sausages.

As I read that the owner plans to organise a beer festival in the summer I can only welcome this sign of forward looking attitude of the owner. I need to come back to Jerusalem, that's for sure.

+ good food, personal touch and easy to find location. Not to crowded area a bit of the high street.
- As mentioned by other reviewers, this is not a cheap place to eat. But certainly not expensive and price-quality is OK.

Tip: Taste the Israeli wines as well! First time I tasted the wines from Israel and they are really good. Full, round and fruity wines. Good with meat.

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