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Rachmo is a local favorite for inexpensive and authentic Kurdish food.

Rachmo, which has been a local institution since the 1930s, is now an integral part of Jerusalem’s dining repertoire. Internationally-recognized Chef Yotam Ottolenghi listed it as one of his top restaurants worth traveling for in Conde Nast Traveler. Accordingly, the locals have made it a weekly favorite. Enjoy wholesome and down-to-earth Kurdish food including home cooked “kubbeh” (meatballs wrapped in dough and then cooked in soup), pots of hearty meatballs and creamy hummus. Forget fancy and opt for the simple pleasures of home-cooked food that feeds your soul.



Address: 5 Ha-eshkol St

Price: Dinner for two with drinks NIS 100
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 8:30-18:00, Fri 8:00-14:30
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