Grand Cafe was recommended to us by our landlord when we arrived in Jerusalem for a "quick lunch" before heading into the Old City. In fact, we enjoyed a leisurely meal with excellent pasta. We had a baby with us who was made very welcome too.
Despite looking at alternatives and after sampling places in the Old City, we decided to return to Grand Cafe for our last supper. It lived up to our expectations. This time we had fish dishes which despite the crowd were were well prepared and delicious.
As an alternative to staying in the Old City, Baka provides visitors to Jerusalem with another aspect of this wondrous city. Grand Cafe is part of it.
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