Time Out says
One of the most popular restaurants in the entire country, this hotspot serves up food from the nearby market in a lively, happening atmosphere.
With three Jerusalem chefs running the show, this rustic haven for foodies offers a changing market-to-table menu with all ingredients sourced from the nearby Machne Yehuda Market. The open kitchen gives you a front seat to the action, and the lively, spirited vibes are like no other. This restaurant was the inspiration for two of the most-talked about restaurants in London, The Palomar and The Barbary. Both are known for bringing this ‘Machneyuda’ genre of energetic Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine to the city.
10 Beit Yaakov St
|Price:||Dinner for two (including drinks): around NIS 300-400|
|Opening hours:||12:30-16:00, 18:30-24:00|