Now hard to find among the apartment highrises, the Ticho House is a part of Old Jerusalem. Others can better describe house, the art, and the story behind it, but suffice it to say, this is how the upper class lived in the nineteenth century.
We went for a weekday lunch, when the restaurant was pretty empty. We had a salad and a sandwich. The salad was delicious, with a very creative and filling array of sliced, diced, and shredded fresh vegetables. Tomato, cucumber, beet root, feta cheese, black olives, yum, yum, yum. The portion was so large, that some was saved for another day. The sandwich was also creative and tasty, with eggplant, mozzarella, tomatoes, and more, pressed and grilled. With a lunch like that, who has room for dessert?
Overall, one of our favorites in Jerusalem.