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Focaccia Moshava

  • 35 rue Emek Refa'im, Jérusalem
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    • Prix $$$$
    • accessibilité
    • repas d’affaire
    • restaurant gourmet
    • wi-fi gratuit
    • cacher
    • à emporter
    • terrasse
    • réservation nécessaire
    • pour des événements privés
  • Dim - Jeudi de 11h à minuit
    Vend de 8h à chabat
    Sam. de la fin de chabat au dernier client
TripAdvisor ReviewsBasé sur 88 commentaires de voyageurs
Très bonnes pâtes et pizza
Evaluation TripAdvisorMis à jour le March 13, 2018

Bon choix pour un resto qui ne paye pas de mine mais fais l’unanimité de la cuisine. Les foccacia sont excellentes

Several visits
Evaluation TripAdvisorMis à jour le June 2, 2022

The steak sandwich was delicious. This was our first visit. On the next visit we had a dish with Chicken Lvers. It was great. Just too mich.

Good food but that's not everything....
Evaluation TripAdvisorMis à jour le December 28, 2021

The food at Focaccia Moshava is good, but the overall experience left something to be desired. I arrived during another wave of covid/corona virus, when the Ministry of Health was instructing businesses to implement the regulations: customers must show their green certificate at the entrance of a restaurant. I entered and stood for...

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The food at Focaccia Moshava is good, but the overall experience left something to be desired. I arrived during another wave of covid/corona virus, when the Ministry of Health was instructing businesses to implement the regulations: customers must show their green certificate at the entrance of a restaurant. I entered and stood for some time in the crowded inside space, but no-one asked for my card or vaccination status. With the omicron variant cases going up exponentially every day I felt very unsafe and asked to sit outside in the courtyard, in spite of the Jerusalem cold. (Hand-washing facilities, incidentally, are up a difficult spiral staircase which is barely accessible). I ordered roast beef focaccia which was excellent - and bigger than I could eat. It included grilled tomato and onion, a fried egg and lots of green leaves, as well plenty of tasty roast beef. They did not have decaf coffee to finish, so I took tea with mint leaves. But the experience was spoilt for me by the fact that many people came into the courtyard (walled-in nicely with glass, with a tent-like roof) and smoked like chimneys (even though there were seats in the street outside, where other smokers were sitting). I complained to the pleasant waitress, but she did nothing, so I left without finishing my tea, smoked out. What could have been a first-class lunch was ruined by the lack of observance of safety regulations and lack of consideration for non-smoking clients.

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