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Barood

  • 31 Jaffa St, Feingold Courtyard, Jerusalem
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    • Price $$$$

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    Food tasted good , but extremely
    TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 4, 2020

    Food tasted good , but extremely overpriced. 65schekl for a small soup and 49 for a tiny salad. Additionally, they charge service which no other restaurant on Israel where we ate did. We had to sit in the entrance as the place was mostly reserved and that is understandable but they kept opening the...

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    Food tasted good , but extremely overpriced. 65schekl for a small soup and 49 for a tiny salad. Additionally, they charge service which no other restaurant on Israel where we ate did. We had to sit in the entrance as the place was mostly reserved and that is understandable but they kept opening the door to go out and smoke and talk to each other so it was freezing cold as well.

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    Good food, limited selection
    TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 1, 2020

    Charming old world location. Atmosphere takes you to another era. You need reservations almost all the time. Be prepared to choose from a limited selection. Many items on the menu were not available.

    So original. . .
    TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on January 1, 2020

    When I went to Israel, my favorite restaurant was Barood. My family and I went on Christmas Eve for dinner and the atmosphere was simply magical. All the staff was so friendly and I was SHOCKED at the food- so unique. Appetizers: lean, tasty rump steak. For the main course, we had...

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    When I went to Israel, my favorite restaurant was Barood. My family and I went on Christmas Eve for dinner and the atmosphere was simply magical. All the staff was so friendly and I was SHOCKED at the food- so unique. Appetizers: lean, tasty rump steak. For the main course, we had a simply DELECTABLE shepherds pie, which I would recommend because it was layers of Christmas food. Collard greens, ground beef, and cranberry sauce. It all tied together so nicely and was just such a perfect thing to eat on Christma Eve. And dessert. . . oh my goodness. My head was blown. . . we ordered an off menu item, a house specialty which was apricots covered in some sweet white sauce. Ahh, delicious. Also, the staff was so nice. Really amiable. So, yeah. . . that is why Barood is my all-time favorite restaurant. So unique and charming, and I don't think I have ever been to a restaurant like that before.

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