Jerusalem Restaurants

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Abu Shukri

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  • Middle Eastern

In the heart of the Old City, this place has some of the best hummus in town, served fast to locals crammed around rickety tables under...

American Colony Hotel

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  • Café

This upscale hotel is an elegant 19th-century limestone building with cane furniture, Armenian ceramic tiles, and a delightful courtyard.

Austrian Hospice Café

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  • Austrian

This Viennese-style second-floor garden café in a guesthouse for pilgrims is a refined retreat from the chaos of the Old City markets...

Azura

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  • Middle Eastern

Jerusalem is famous for its Kurdish kubbeh soup, made with softball-size meat-and-semolina dumplings, and Azura is the perfect place...

Burgers Bar

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  • Fast Food

At this popular kosher place, the hamburgers are more like cakes than patties. They come with your choice of tasty sauces, and all are...

Costa

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  • Middle Eastern

Steps from the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Palestinians crowd into this tiny spot to tuck into hammam mehshi, or stuffed pigeon.

Deitsch

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  • Polish

Cholent is a dish that evolved from necessity: Jewish law forbids cooking on the Sabbath, and so observant Jews often start a stew on...

Educational Bookshop

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  • Middle Eastern

Part coffee shop, part bookstore, this spot has an endless trove of literature exploring the Arab-Israeli conflict from a Palestinian...

Fishenchips

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  • British

Shlomi Ohana's tiny fish-and-chips emporium in the heart of the vegetable market offers fresh selections direct from his father Haim's...

Halitatea

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  • Café

This teahouse in an alley, barely visible from the street, imports dozens of organic, fair-trade specialty leaves, especially from India,...

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