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Piccolino

  • 072-328-1965
  • 12 Yoel Moshe Solomon St, Jerusalem
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  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Piccolino (Photo: Maya Eisenberg)
  • Sun-Thurs from 10:00 am to 12:00 am Friday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm An hour after Shabbat until 12:00 am

Moshe Avdiel, Our Chef

Known far and wide for his creative fish recipes, the talented Moshe Avdiel is a rising star on the dining scene.

Piccolino invites you to come enjoy an indulgent meal prepared by our chef, including a variety of fish as you’ve never tasted before!

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 947 traveler reviews
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Piccolino Italian restaurant is located in the square next to the Music Museum in Kikar Musika in downtown Jerusalem. An Italian restaurant, it tempted the four of us to order pizza and beer. The beer was good and cold. The pizza, on the other hand would make any American pizza-maker retire in embarrassed...

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Piccolino Italian restaurant is located in the square next to the Music Museum in Kikar Musika in downtown Jerusalem. An Italian restaurant, it tempted the four of us to order pizza and beer. The beer was good and cold. The pizza, on the other hand would make any American pizza-maker retire in embarrassed shame if they presented it. Even more, it would make an American, such as I, learn Italian just to bring down the wrath of the gods. The pizza dough was microscopically thin, the tomato sauce sparse and the cheese almost transparent. This lack of abundance (nessuna abbondanza in Italian) was charred to a crisp and served long after our beer had warmed. The Piccolino’s business card has the temerity to ask that we submit a review at www.tripadvisor.com. I’m doing that!!!

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Piccolini Restaurant: Marvelous
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

My husband and I, two Jerusalem-ites, took a youngish couple to dinner at Piccolino. The hechsher is Jerusalem Rabbanut Mehadrin, which we gauged fine for a dairy meal. (Others may not agree.) The four of us sat in a well-lit, enclosed patio where, despite the full tables, one could hear one's table mates easily....

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My husband and I, two Jerusalem-ites, took a youngish couple to dinner at Piccolino. The hechsher is Jerusalem Rabbanut Mehadrin, which we gauged fine for a dairy meal. (Others may not agree.) The four of us sat in a well-lit, enclosed patio where, despite the full tables, one could hear one's table mates easily. We ordered grilled fish, a baked salmon dish, ravioli stuffed with something green and exotic, a small pizza, one miniature beer, a good-sized salad, and luscious onion soup served in a scooped out sourdough-bread-bowl -- with grated Parmesan. All agreed that every dish was delectable and flavorful. My fish, bream, was exceptional with it's grilled vegetables: garlic, parsley, potatoes, eggplant, red peppers, onion, squash, and beets. Our friends enthused over their salmon and ravioli, and my husband thought the salad with its olives, fresh vegetables and balls of mozarella was great. The staff, as others have said, is pleasant and efficient, and the manager very accommodating. Because of a tiny mix-up on an order; the manager gave us one desert on the house. There was a trio playing softly enough in a corner not far from our table that no patron objected. That in itself scored mightily with us. We spent a bit under 600 NIS for four--about $40 American each. Well spent and well sated.

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Piccollo meanie P kollo meanie; piccollo meanie P koll
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 3 days ago

Yes- that's the song that I sing about this restaurant, and almost the title of my previous review of my previous visit more than a year ago (yes- please read my previous reviews). Anyway- it's a classic Italian restaurant and listed and publicized as one of the best in Jeiusalem- and, it seems to me-...

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Yes- that's the song that I sing about this restaurant, and almost the title of my previous review of my previous visit more than a year ago (yes- please read my previous reviews). Anyway- it's a classic Italian restaurant and listed and publicized as one of the best in Jeiusalem- and, it seems to me- with good reason. The food is very good. This time- and past times- we've come for the Friday brunch- a good selection and very tasty, and not cheap, but probably worth it. The wait staff are efficient and quick. We brought most of the family- including little ones- to celebrate the Feast of tabernacles (Festival of the Booths). as such, we sat outside: there is a massive open area that sits hundreds of people (this is actually shared by several restaurants. Anyway, the entire place is covered over by many dozens of bamboo mats hanging above- so as to fulfill the ritual requirement of being happy and joyous in the holiday- and we did and were. This outside plaza is know as Key Car Moozie Kah (otherwise known as Music Square). There is a stage and live music regularly there- an added enjoyment if it does not disturb the conversations. Summary- good place; good food; good service; good atmosphere; good music.... not inexpensive. See my photos in order to understand the place and the area. feel free to like this review.

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