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Cafit in the Colony

  • 36 Emek Refaim St, Jerusalem
  • Photo: Cafit in the Colony
    • Price $$$$
    • Sun-Thurs from 7:00 am to 12:00 am
      Fri from 7:00 am to start of Shabbat
      Sat from 1 hour after Shabbat to 12:00 am

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    TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 224 traveler reviews
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    reasonable food noisy music
    TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

    too bad that you cannot enjoy the food because of the loud music, and the awful choice of some of the music.request to lower the volume were ignored. reasonable food at reasonable price.

    Busy and coping nicely
    TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 16, 2020

    We visited on a Saturday night. It was packed. We chose the special they had on soups. They had about 6 very large portions of soups to choose from that came with one of their breads and our friend had his favorite spinach shakshuka. Service was good and acoustics were ok so it wasn't...

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    We visited on a Saturday night. It was packed. We chose the special they had on soups. They had about 6 very large portions of soups to choose from that came with one of their breads and our friend had his favorite spinach shakshuka. Service was good and acoustics were ok so it wasn't too loud also important. Nice atmosphere as well.

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    Terrible!
    TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 14, 2020

    Attitude, behavior, body language, tone and the words that we choose to use when engaging with one another make a world of difference. As a longtime patron of Caffit, I was appalled with how I was treated by the manager and her wait staff on the morning of Friday, February 14, 2020. I arrived,...

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    Attitude, behavior, body language, tone and the words that we choose to use when engaging with one another make a world of difference. As a longtime patron of Caffit, I was appalled with how I was treated by the manager and her wait staff on the morning of Friday, February 14, 2020. I arrived, was promptly seated at the bar and given a menu. It was a breakfast menu, despite breakfast service having already concluded. I then setup my laptop. “Do you want to order?” The manager asked me rudely after not more than 5 minutes. “I will but I am not hungry or thirsty right now,” I replied. “Okay, well, it is not okay for you to sit here and not order.” “What?” I asked incredulously, feeling the need to clarify what I had just said. “I did not say that I was not going to order. I will order. I am just not hungry or thirsty right now.” “Okay, nu, then order something.” “As I said, I will order. I am just not hungry or thirsty right now.” “I refuse to speak with you in English,” she said with a horrible attitude. A waitress then approached me. “Do you think what you are doing is right? It is not normal.” “What am I doing wrong?” “It is not okay for you to sit here and not order!” the waitress shouted at me. “As I said, I will order. I am just not hungry or thirsty right now.” Another waitress approached me. “You have to leave.” “Why?” I asked. “Because you are not ordering anything.” “I do not understand. There is no one here. I am not disturbing anyone. I said that I will order and I will. I am just not hungry or thirsty right now.” “Okay, then please move.” “Move where?” I asked in disbelief. “Somewhere else,” she said. Rather than argue, I left. Shame on Caffit, its manger and wait staff.

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