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    Best pizza in Jerusalem!
    דירוגים של TripAdvisorחוות הדעת נכתבה ב August 26, 2019

    If you ‘re looking to taste a sample of authentic Arab cuisine, then Abu Ali’s traditional bakery is definitely the place to go! It’s located at the old city of Jerusalem. You’ll have to walk through the Damascus Gate and find Sheikh Rihan Street. Service and hospitality were great! Despite the fact that you...

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    If you ‘re looking to taste a sample of authentic Arab cuisine, then Abu Ali’s traditional bakery is definitely the place to go! It’s located at the old city of Jerusalem. You’ll have to walk through the Damascus Gate and find Sheikh Rihan Street. Service and hospitality were great! Despite the fact that you are only given two options for pizza (with or without meat), I think you ‘ll find that both of them are pretty delicious! By far the tastiest pizza i’ve had in Jerusalem!

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    Authentic - local - beautiful experience!
    דירוגים של TripAdvisorחוות הדעת נכתבה ב August 21, 2017

    Due to the reviews here we went to Abu Ali's Pizza Place. It is hard to describe, but if you don't want to go to touristic spots and get the real feeling of the muslim quarter, you definitely have to go to Abu Ali! One Pizza is 15Nis, which is really a price for...

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    Due to the reviews here we went to Abu Ali's Pizza Place. It is hard to describe, but if you don't want to go to touristic spots and get the real feeling of the muslim quarter, you definitely have to go to Abu Ali! One Pizza is 15Nis, which is really a price for locals and very cheap for tourists in Jerusalem. Just ask the People for Abu Alis Pizza, they will show you the way, and don't be afraid to go to a place where are no other tourists. Just relax, enjoy the palestine pizza and get a better understanding of how it is to live in Jerusalem old City! Absolutely recommandable.

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    Smoky, atmospheric
    דירוגים של TripAdvisorחוות הדעת נכתבה ב August 15, 2017

    I went more for the adventure than the pizza, and wasn't disappointed. Enter Damascus Gate, continue down the main road a ways until it forks into two parallel roads -- don't take either of them, instead make a hard left onto the not-promising-looking alley called Sheikh Raihan Ascent. The restaurant is in a basement...

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    I went more for the adventure than the pizza, and wasn't disappointed. Enter Damascus Gate, continue down the main road a ways until it forks into two parallel roads -- don't take either of them, instead make a hard left onto the not-promising-looking alley called Sheikh Raihan Ascent. The restaurant is in a basement on the left -- I didn't see a sign this past weekend, but you'll see the wood oven from the door. I ordered a pizza, no meat, got to watch the cook make it, and it was ready in about 15 minutes, arriving fresh from the oven on a wood block. It was delicious (as are most bready things emerging from wood ovens), filling, and different from other pizzas I've had, although I'm not sure the ingredients were top notch (the tomato paste was a little too sweet, the cheese a bit bland)...but I'm still giving this a 5 considering the price and overall enjoyment of the experience. Things to note: the room is quite warm (at least in the summer) and gets very campfire-smoky; my eyes burned from the smoke at one point and my clothes still smell like it. My pizza and a small bottle of water were 20 shekels. Tea and coffee may be free, at least according to a poster I saw. The guy working there spoke English -- not sure how much, but certainly enough to easily order and pay. Was the only one eating there on a Saturday night around 8 (aside from two Palestinian kids who came in and ordered some pizzas to go); not sure how busy it is at other times.

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