usually i dont like falafel- but this one was one of the best i had in Israel. very yummy and good service
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It was authentic! the Kebab meats melted in my mouth. Love the gyros and of course the Falafels and the sauces. The hint of spices were just right.
Bebos is located on a side street of the Main Street where the big hotels are. It is an unassuming place that serves fantastic fresh falafel sandwiches. You can sit in the small outdoor area and enjoy their delicacy.
I was surprised to read some of the reviews about it being dirty. On the contrary, the owner (who also doubles as the cook) washed his hands constantly and everything seemed very hygienic. The falafels were freshly made as was the hummus. We had the...More
We had a Jerusalem plate, on our first day of 12 day Israel/Egypt vacation. At the end of the vacation, my girlfriend jokingly solemnly stated: "Jerusalem plate, you will stay forever in my heart" : ) In other words, it was the best felafel that...More
The operator touches everything with his hands and never washes him. Right before he made our dish, he was busy handling the garbage with his hands deep inside the bin. From there he went straight into our pita, rubbing his bare hands all over it....More
I went there after the good reviews but it was quite a disappointment. Nothing out of the ordinary and the people working there are rude. But the owner is probably a great guy, since he has so many friends willing to write such good reviews...More
Excellent, small and local falafel cafe with a fantastically friendly owner. Hands down the best falafel we have ever tasted and made fresh in front of us! There is limited seating in doors, but a large relaxing garden out the back. Absolutely perfect for a...More
At Bebo's Felafel Restaurant you can get more than felafel. We rarely go out, but when we do, this is our favorite place in town for a relaxed meal in the back garden - quiet, clean, pleasant, perfect service. And the food is FRESH and...More
Freshly, made to order Falafel that is tastey, delicious and cheap. Mmmmm, wish I was back in Jerusalem right now. A little hard to find but not impossible. Definitely worth the effort.