One visit on a busy night felt claistraphobic. Food was fine rather than memorable. Noisy with a fun atmosphere
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We love this place! Middle Eastern food including salads, falafels, and hummus. In a courtyard setting under a beautiful canopy of vine leaves. Very laid back so you can buy food from another outlet in the courtyard and eat outside the Jerusalem and vice versa....More
We had a platter f mixed food which was light and very flavoursome . Despite eating more than I would normally I don't feel heavy as the food was light
With some reservations I went along to my first Israeli restaurant at the suggestion of friends who live in the area. Actually something between a restaurant and a cafe in fact. However you wish to describe it the set up was charming with v pleasant...More
Delicious meal. We went to Cafe Jerusalem for dinner and enjoyed a lamb kebab meal and lamb schwarma. Both came freshly cooked with salad, hummus, warm pita bread and sauces. Would definately visit again.
Attention:The restaurant is located at the intersection Fairway drive/Kerikeri road, same adress as Curry King!! Just a very small sign is visible from Kerikeri road. We ate the lamb for dinner. Very good and big servings. Friendly staff and nice outside seating. Will return if...More
Never tried Israeli food before and was pleasantly surprised so I shall be seeking out some kosher restaurants when I get home. We ate here on 2 separate nights and loved every dish but I cannot remember the names of them apart from Shislik (?)...More
Pita pockets are always good. Their vegetarian options falafel and levivot are still the best I have had in new zealand. The salad option when you get plates seems to have simplified and be lower quality than it used to be. seems to be mostly...More
a great place to spend the evening inside or outside eating yummy food, enjoying great company in a nice friendly setting. plenty of choice on the menu and good size meals as well. All good and recommended.