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Menza

    • Price $$$$
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    • Vegan Friendly
    • Smoking Area
    • Outside Seating Area
    • Open on Saturday
    • Non-kosher
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    Up to 68 guests

  • Sun-Sat from 8:00 am to the last customer

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 312 traveler reviews
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Such Great Food!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

Everything at Menza was just so lovely! The food was absolutely delicious, I loved the couscous salad and the vegan patties, the steak was cooked and seasoned perfectly. The atmosphere is great ~ updated, clean and bright and the staff was so friendly and helpful. All around really wonderful experience and would highly recommend!

Nice casual dining
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 17, 2017

Ate here twice and each time we had a nice meal - hamburger was definitely a highlight. Situated in a quiet passage near The Bezalel Artist House. Service was friendly. Good to note that it is open on Friday nights and all day Saturday - need to book.

Good place to eat!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 7, 2017

Great food ,good service Open on saturday Not by the road convinient families,the kids can walk around

Least Jewish Restaurant in Jerusalem
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 29, 2017

So, this restaurant is a typical "trying hard to be adventurous" restaurant you'd find in any city in the USA. And, like any similar restaurant in the USA they have managed to try to sneak bacon, pork, shellfish, and any other unkosher food item into virtually everything on the menu. Breakfast menu? ham...

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So, this restaurant is a typical "trying hard to be adventurous" restaurant you'd find in any city in the USA. And, like any similar restaurant in the USA they have managed to try to sneak bacon, pork, shellfish, and any other unkosher food item into virtually everything on the menu. Breakfast menu? ham and eggs, bacon and eggs, bacon sandwich. Dinner menu? Ink squid pasta, pork ribs, cheeseburgers, mussels, scallops, etc. They had a home made pasta dish which after great investigation had no unkosher food items in it. However, it was undercooked. My daughter (8 years old) had the kids pasta which was nothing special and so small she had to order two of them. The fattoush salad, however, was delicious though misleading. It says it is served with pita, but in fact there were three small chips of pita on the salad. It was tasty however with fresh herbs. The waitress was quite nice. The restaurant was nice looking (though by no means fancy). The seats on the bench we were seated at had crumbs I brushed away. To summarize, this is a fine restaurant if you want to pretend you are not in Israel. In Israel, there is no reason to go out of your way to find a place that has such a limited number of options for a Jewish diner. And if your're not Jewish, at least try to eat something more interesting, authentic, or characteristic of Israel.

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Breakfast was very good, service was kind of slow
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 27, 2017

Breakfast was very good - omelettes and eggs benedict that was all great. (Usually an Israeli breakfast will include both hot and cold beverages and at the Menza it wasn’t the case.

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