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Barood

  • 31 Jaffa St, Feingold Courtyard, Jerusalem
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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 268 traveler reviews
Fresh and delicious!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on June 8, 2019

Barood is a slightly hidden little restaurant in Jerusalem , recommended to us by the staff at Shanty (my favourite place in all of Jerusalem- a must if you haven’t been) We dined at Barood on a Friday night, which is fabulous as it was Shabbat and open. My partner and I shared the...

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Barood is a slightly hidden little restaurant in Jerusalem , recommended to us by the staff at Shanty (my favourite place in all of Jerusalem- a must if you haven’t been) We dined at Barood on a Friday night, which is fabulous as it was Shabbat and open. My partner and I shared the Fattoush, fried cauliflower and shrimps with vegetables in a delicious sauce. The food was colourful, fresh, extremely flavoursome and perfect for sharing. We also shared some wine and finished of with a tea with rum and cinnamon. They have a delicious selection of warm dessert digestifs/ drinks. Amazing service too. I highly recommend.

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A lovely dinner
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on June 8, 2019

We were recommended Barood by staff at nearby Shanty (see my review). It is hidden away, but the quiet alley restaurant is overflowing with charm. Service was spectacular, the food delicious. We had simple cauliflower, fatoush, and a lovely shrimp dish, which were crafted fantastically. Great value, well worth a visit.

Lovely casual restaurant but tricky to find
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 11, 2019

Three of us had a very good dinner here. We chose several starters as our meal which we shared and they were all delicious. The service was very attentive and the decor is quite eclectic with lots of different photos, artwork and collections of bottle openers on the walls. Eating in Jerusalem is not...

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Three of us had a very good dinner here. We chose several starters as our meal which we shared and they were all delicious. The service was very attentive and the decor is quite eclectic with lots of different photos, artwork and collections of bottle openers on the walls. Eating in Jerusalem is not cheap but this restaurant was on a par with it’s neighbours.

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