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Pepito’s

  • 11 Haegoz St, Jerusalem
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    • Price $$$$
    • Business Meals
    • Kosher
    • Outside Seating Area
    • Take Away
  • Sun-Thurs from 11:00 am to 2:00 am
    Fri from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm Sat from 9:00 pm to 2:00 am

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 60 traveler reviews
Nice vibe but no flavor
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on October 2, 2021

We visited Pepito's on a Friday afternoon, which is a unique time in Jerusalem. Pepito's is seemingly a nice addition to the many eateries in the area. The vibe inside the restaurant is nice, although the food that we ordered simply had no flavor at all. Everything was completely bland and a rather disappointing....

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We visited Pepito's on a Friday afternoon, which is a unique time in Jerusalem. Pepito's is seemingly a nice addition to the many eateries in the area. The vibe inside the restaurant is nice, although the food that we ordered simply had no flavor at all. Everything was completely bland and a rather disappointing. The arepa stand in Shuk Hacarmel in Tel Aviv is much better.

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Vegi
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 23, 2020

The vegiterian arepas was very bad and not recommended. It had no spices and dry. We were very disappointed.

Lunch Friday at the Mahane Yehuda market
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 31, 2019

Friday noon is the best time to walk the Mahane Yehuda market if you are traveling in the capital Jerusalem. The market offers delicious foods of all kinds, including an experience that leaves a desire to come again and again. The current restaurant is located inside the market, the restaurant is small so that during...

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Friday noon is the best time to walk the Mahane Yehuda market if you are traveling in the capital Jerusalem. The market offers delicious foods of all kinds, including an experience that leaves a desire to come again and again. The current restaurant is located inside the market, the restaurant is small so that during rush hour there may be a queue to enter the market, it is difficult to hear sometimes that you are told that a serving of ready, if you do not hear one of the employees bring you the food to the table, one of a few tables that exist in the place. The place is kosher, but apparently open on a Saturday night. You should come and taste Latin American food. In terms of food, the food tastes to a reasonable level, and the value for it in accordance with the most recommended dish is La Bomba

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