Tmol Shilshom

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Tmol Shilshom
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Time Out says

Grab a book and get cozy while you munch on a plate of shakshuka at one of the most beloved spots in town.

A cozy cafe that doubles as a literary salon, this popular bookstore located in a 150-year old building is stuffed with books, vintage furnishings, and bohemian vibes. Tmol Shilshom is named after Nobel laureate S.Y. Agnon's novel (translated as Those Were the Days). It’s an ideal place to munch on shakshuka, sandwiches, and their sought-after cheesecake.


5 Salomon Yo'El Moshe, Jerusalem
Dinner for two (including drinks): around NIS 160
Opening hours:
Sun-Thu 08:30-23:30, Fri 08:30-14:30, Sat 20:00-23:30
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