The highlight of the bar is that the owner, who is passionate about coffee is very involved and hands on. I read many reviews of the place being popular with Anglos so I was really hoping to find American style coffee in Israel (mission impossible in Israel). After the waitress tried to convince me that the cold cappuccino is similar to what I was looking for, I reluctantly agreed. Well, a cold cappuccino is a cappuccino but cold... not what I was looking for. At the conclusion of our visit, the owner approached us to inquire about our experience and then explained to me that I should have asked for "filtered" coffee and about the french press and vacuum prep, and offered that instead, however by then we were satiated (the Kilimanjaro cake is delicious!!!!) however we enjoyed being there and will definitely visit again when in town.
The street is poorly numbered, so to reach Kilimanjaro you have to walk up HaMeyasdim, past the barrier, as it at the beginning of the street in what looks like a more residential part.
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