I can only think of one reason to go to this McDonalds in Jerusalem - it's Shabbat and nothing else is open. Since this happened with me, I ate here. The food was OK, but not great. The food is kosher-style, so you won't see bacon (fine with me). It's somewhat expensive, especially compared to other places like Moshiko, which have far better food. Also, the menu is almost entirely in Hebrew. While I can read Hebrew, the nuances of a McDonald's menu are a bit difficult. I picked my burger "style" by (correctly) figuring that "Texas" would mean BBQ sauce. I have no idea what the difference between "New York" and "Broadway" might be.
Bottom line: reasonable place to eat on Shabbat; otherwise, look elsewhere.
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