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1868

  • $$$$
  • Israeli

In an old stone house with a delighful back garden, 1868 is Jerusalem's most innovative, exacting kosher restaurant, on par with the...

Angelica

  • $$$$
  • Israeli

Under a geometric mirrored ceiling, this popular eatery is steps from the King David Street hotel district. Sashimi comes elegantly arranged...

Azura

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  • Middle Eastern

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

Barood

  • $$$
  • Middle Eastern

Jerusalemite Daniella Lerer combines her family's Sephardic culinary traditions with modern Israeli cooking techniques and personal favorites...

Black

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  • American

This national chain lends bling to burgers: try the Popeye, made with beef and spinach, or the lamb patty. All burgers are served with...

Burgers Bar

  • $$
  • 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...

Café Mizrachi

  • $
  • Israeli

Established by Eli Mizrachi, who once sold dried beans in a stall at Machaneh Yehuda, and run by his pastry-chef daughter Moran, this...

Café Yehoshua

  • $$
  • American

One of the restaurants that locals flock to for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, Café Yehoshua offers an Israeli take on American diner...

Chakra

  • $$$$
  • Israeli

Despite being one of the city's best-known restaurants, Chakra still feigns anonymity: its name is nowhere in sight. It draws a lively...

Cielo

  • $$$$
  • Italian

Personable chef Adi Cohen has been serving the same classic dishes from his family's native northern Italy for a couple of decades—and...

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