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Hachatzer

  • 072-3281200
  • 7 Derech Beit Lehem, Jerusalem
  • Sun-Thu: 12: 00-17: 00, 18: 00-23: 00, Fri: 12:00 until the Sabbath

Moti Ochana, Our Chef

Moti Ochana is an Israeli chef and restaurateur. Chef Moti Ochana graduated from the prestigious culinary institution ‘Le Cordon Bleu’. Ochana has been active in the field of culinary for many years, and he is impressively knowledgeable about gastronomy. He has been working as a Chef in some of the best restaurants both in Israel and abroad. His resume includes the Chakra restaurant in Jerusalem and a list of gourmet restaurants in Australia.

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 135 traveler reviews
Good food bad help
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on June 28, 2017

We must have caught the wait staff on a bad night. Not very helpful or happy. The setting is beautiful and the food was good. I had the chicken liver which was a bit too sweet in its sauce and my wife had a salad.

Definitely Worth a Visit / Best Kosher Steak
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on June 5, 2017

Four of us enjoyed a great evening here. Tried entrecôte steak with bone marrow, sirloin steak and fillet Mignon and all cooked to perfection. Excellent service & meze plate for appetiser offered nice selection of dips with warm bread. Went well with a nice bottle of Gamla Chardonnay. For those saying it is difficult to...

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Four of us enjoyed a great evening here. Tried entrecôte steak with bone marrow, sirloin steak and fillet Mignon and all cooked to perfection. Excellent service & meze plate for appetiser offered nice selection of dips with warm bread. Went well with a nice bottle of Gamla Chardonnay. For those saying it is difficult to find, just park in back car park of First Station and it's a two minute walk. Highly recommend

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My best meal in several years
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 8, 2017

My wife and I felt bored with the food we've been eating lately at home and I suggested that we consider eating out. A friend we saw last Friday night mentioned an old favorite of ours that had disappointed us the last time we ate there but I thought it was worth another try....

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My wife and I felt bored with the food we've been eating lately at home and I suggested that we consider eating out. A friend we saw last Friday night mentioned an old favorite of ours that had disappointed us the last time we ate there but I thought it was worth another try. I couldn't have been happier with my choice. We started with my absolute favorite- sweetbreads- cooked to perfection and accompanied by grilled tomatoes, fire-roasted potatoes, eggplant cream and red wine sauce. My wife's pate was scrumptious. I had a delightful Gamla cabernet sauvignon with my meal. Then, I had lamb chops with almonds tabule, fried cauliflower and mashed potatoes. I was pleasantly surprised to find 6 delicious lamb chops that more than satisfied our appetites and allowed my wife to share her sweetbreads with me. My hat is off to the chef, Mutti Ohana, for the best meal I have had in recent memory. Although this was a Monday night, the restaurant was crowded and the staff a bit over-worked but the service was informed and attentive.

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This restaurant is alright
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 20, 2017

The service here is ok , friendly. We came here with my teenage granddaughter. She was very happy with the beef carpaccio and veal schnitzel & mashed potatoes that she ordered. I thought that the schnitzel too heavily breaded but the veal was tender.My husband was equally satisfied with his chicken livers dish. However...

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The service here is ok , friendly. We came here with my teenage granddaughter. She was very happy with the beef carpaccio and veal schnitzel & mashed potatoes that she ordered. I thought that the schnitzel too heavily breaded but the veal was tender.My husband was equally satisfied with his chicken livers dish. However I ordered mallard which I don't recommend as it was tough and chewy. I didn't like the dips on the table the techina was sweet and oily. The decor in this place is very basic. The restaurant is small- no atmosphere. It is situated in a car park near the old Jerusalem railway station.

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Amazing Roasted Meats
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 15, 2017

It's hard to find, even using Waze and Google Maps. The restaurant itself used to be a gas station but it is a brand new building.Very cozy. Lively atmosphere but not “noisy” with delicious and innovative food. Appetizers: Eggplant with chopped beef cubes and tahini Israeli salad with peppers Goose liver over a porcini and potato croquette Entrees: Jerusalem fish...

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It's hard to find, even using Waze and Google Maps. The restaurant itself used to be a gas station but it is a brand new building.Very cozy. Lively atmosphere but not “noisy” with delicious and innovative food. Appetizers: Eggplant with chopped beef cubes and tahini Israeli salad with peppers Goose liver over a porcini and potato croquette Entrees: Jerusalem fish mix: a variety stir fried fish over tahini Braised beef cheek with green beans Moulard breast Lamb chops

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