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Focaccia Bar

  • 4 Rabbi Akiva St, Jerusalem
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    • Price $$$$
    • Non-kosher
    • Open on Saturday
    • Take Away
    • Accessibility
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Chef Restaurant
    • Infant Friendly
    • Instagram
    • Smoking Area
    • Outside Seating Area
    • Business Meals
    • Reservation Needed
  • Sun-Sat from 9:00 am to 1:00 am

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 790 traveler reviews
Very good place to eat
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 9, 2020

We had heard very good reviews about the Focaccia Bar and we were certainly not disappointed. Focaccia is listed as a starter on the menu and not a main course. We had one each and we struggled to finish it. It was excellent but if you are going to have a main course I...

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We had heard very good reviews about the Focaccia Bar and we were certainly not disappointed. Focaccia is listed as a starter on the menu and not a main course. We had one each and we struggled to finish it. It was excellent but if you are going to have a main course I would suggest that you share a Focaccio unless you have a very large appetite. Well worth a visit.

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The worst restaurant I have been to in the past year.
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 7, 2020

The worst restaurant I have visited in the past year. The first time I went the food was ok, at best. Slightly cold and the service was poor. The second time I came because it’s one of the only places working on Shabbat. The waiter was VERY condescending and rude. I had asked for...

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The worst restaurant I have visited in the past year. The first time I went the food was ok, at best. Slightly cold and the service was poor. The second time I came because it’s one of the only places working on Shabbat. The waiter was VERY condescending and rude. I had asked for water and found a long HAIR inside my cup (from which I already drank). I ordered a glass of wine and the waiter spilled it all over the table, some of it landed on my phone. I ordered a ribeye steak and asked for it to be cooked medium, the steak came back RARE. I asked for steak sauce from the waiter, she then went missing for around 10 minutes, then I asked her again and she said one minute. Then she comes and sits next to me at the bar and acts as if I didnt ask her for anything. I ask her where the steak sauce is and she rudely tells me that she is on break and therefore to ask someone else. Overall, if you would like to visit a place that has no atmosphere, looks like a big mess, is very dirty and you are fond of simple and underwhelming dishes, you have found your match! Personally, I DO NOT RECOMMEND!

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Delicious meal but hectic setting
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 25, 2020

Stumbling upon this gem was a welcome surprise! I googled "restaurants near me open on sabbath" and this place came up. We luckily arrived early and were sat right away. The restaurant was VERY busy throughout our meal. Food was excellent! Husband got the goose liver and I had...

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Stumbling upon this gem was a welcome surprise! I googled "restaurants near me open on sabbath" and this place came up. We luckily arrived early and were sat right away. The restaurant was VERY busy throughout our meal. Food was excellent! Husband got the goose liver and I had the most delicious red sauce over pasta with an added side of calamari. It was the best food we had while in Jerusalem. Only reason I didnt give a 5 star review...the place was hectic. Our table was just outside the kitchen service door and there were extra chairs and tables coming out regularly, sometimes over my head. Food is really important when dining but so is the overall experience. I couldn't really relax and fully enjoy with all the activity happening around me. Would come again if in Jerusalem.

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