I've been to Jerusalem a few times and have been satisfied each time. I can see where the previous reveiwer might think it is small/cramped inside. It's definitely not a chain restaurant and so you are eating in a 'recycled' building - but they do a good job of trying to create an environment that reflects the origination of the food. It is small inside, but the other side of the restaurant is open with open seating (for warmer months) and there's an outdoor area as well. I have been quite satisfied with the food. The pita bread is homemade, so not so thick as you'd buy in a store. I've had the gyro, swarma, hummus and falafel sandwich - all were very good. The prices are great - you can get just the sandwich for $4.50 or you can get a plate which is more of a meal for $8 or so. I like the option of just the sandwich - it's just the right amount with a hummus appetizer.
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