On the positive side: Nice if somewhat outdated decor, calm atmosphere, lovely service.Great location.
Food was well presented.
However except for the artichoke soup with mushroom which was delightful, and a really good steak, everything else was nice, no more. The tastes were not exceptional, the choices not exciting and the deserts, apart from the chocolate ones, were actually left on the plates. It is a challenge to make good deserts in a kosher meat restaurant but that's what chefs are for.
All in all Jerusalem has much MUCH better choices at acceptable prices.
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