Israelis love anything Italian, so it's not surprising that on Agrippas Street you'll find this cozy trattoria offering a well-honed selection of traditional fare. Try the smattering of seats outside for a quick espresso or plate of homemade pasta after buying your fruits and vegetables in the nearby Machaneh Yehuda market. In the evening, be prepared to wait for one of the closely grouped tables inside, where the house specialties include figs baked in goat cheese, sardine
bruschetta, or creamy chestnut gnocchi, all made with fresh ingredients from the market stalls.
62 Agrippas St., Jerusalem, 94301, Israel