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Jewish Quarter Cafe

  • Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem
    • Price $$$$
    • Accessibility
    • For Private Events
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Mehadrin
    • Take Away

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 235 traveler reviews
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Perfect place to celebrate my sons Bar Mitzvah
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 5 days ago

We were a planned party of 12 following my sons Bar Mitzvah service. The food was absolutely wonderful and service was amazing. It was a set menu intended for brunch/lunch and it was a huge selection and the food just kept on coming. The staff was fantastic and just wanted to please us....

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We were a planned party of 12 following my sons Bar Mitzvah service. The food was absolutely wonderful and service was amazing. It was a set menu intended for brunch/lunch and it was a huge selection and the food just kept on coming. The staff was fantastic and just wanted to please us. The price was very reasonable too. So thrilled. Thank you Quarter Cafe!

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One of the Best Restaurants we Visited
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 7, 2019

Our large group of 49 enjoyed a wonderful meal here. It started with salads and continued to include pasta and fish. The beet salad was especially good. The food just kept on coming.

Great Lunch, Convenient Location, Terrific View
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on October 16, 2019

Our Jerusalem tour guide said, I know a place where we can get a really good lunch and if we go early we’ll be able to get a table too. Later they will be full. He was right on all counts. This cafe is informal, based on a “carry your own tray” style and...

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Our Jerusalem tour guide said, I know a place where we can get a really good lunch and if we go early we’ll be able to get a table too. Later they will be full. He was right on all counts. This cafe is informal, based on a “carry your own tray” style and has a great view of some of the most important historic spots in Jerusalem. The emphasis is on fish dishes. You go up to the counter, choose what you want to eat and drink, pay and make your way to a table. All in all, it was just what we wanted as a lunch break from what inevitably on a busy day is a crowded and demanding day touring the remarkable sites of Jerusalem.

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