We ate the rib-eye burger (M) and the Salmon with mashed potato - both arrived in great temperature and with saucy taste.for appetizers we had the Cauliflower in thini (the thini gives a great Mediterranean twist to the fried cauliflower) and the Carpaccio (a generous amount of thin peices of fillet meat with great freshly baked bread). the service was kind and caring - we started sitting on the bar small talking with a smiley bartender and moved to a nice table outside, so the crew arranged us all the things we needed for the main courses swiftly in our new place. in addition the second glass I ordered of the great Israeli wine they sold (from Binyamina winery, a nice blend of red wines) arrived really fast so it didn't postpone my enjoyment of the meal.
It wasn't the cheapest meal I had in Jerusalem, but it was affordable for our poor student income :)
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