The homus plates were very small and awful. We didn't get any pita with the homus, just an old bread, so terrible. We defently gonna stop visit them. DON'T GO THERE
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Ima restaurant is convenenient, located at the very bottom of Agrippas near the shuk. The starter of stuffed vegetables was fair, but not great. The humas tasted store bought - so disappointing! The kubah soup was tasty, but they lost me with the generic humas. On the positive side, the prices were reasonable for the starters, and our side of... More
"Ima" mean Mother and honors the owner’s Kurdish-Jewish mother, who inspired many of the excellent traditional dishes served in a century-old house. They didn't have a record of our reservation but sat us anyway, and then I realized our reservation was for the next night! Appetizers Hummus with meat and pine nuts Eggplant with tahini and tomatoes (smoky eggplant) Entrees... More
This is the ultimate place I recommend to tourists I guide. It has this genuine Israeli atmosphere, with everything that it means, with a variety of local food types. "Imma" - which means "Mother" in Hebrew, is a fitting name!
We have been going to this restaurant for over 25 years. It used to be very very good. Were there on April 2 for dinner and the food was not good.. I don't know what happened. So sorry to see a longtime Jerusalem favorite go downhill. For the first time in many years, the restaurant was quite empty. Obviously some... More
Visited this restaurant on 30th March 2017 for an evening meal, This is my forth visited over 6 years and it just get better and better. Food is divine, staff with excellent english, very attentive and gracious. Very relaxing and will be back when in Jerusalem again.
Took my 93 year old father there -- as I thought -- mainly as I knew it to be very accessible for disabled people. It turn out that the food was the best part of it. Everything was fresh ans with a home-made flavor. We had, bean soup (my father) and lemony kube soup (myself). He had chicken livers and... More
The food was so good that we decided to go back the next day for lunch. It's a cute rustic looking restaurant with an authentic middle eastern menu. They have 3 separate rooms and were able to easily accommodate our large group of 20. Our favorites were the chicken breast and lamb kabob with grilled eggplant. Each main dish was... More
My husband's family brought us here for lunch during our visit to Israel this past December and it was a delicious meal. It was unseasonably cold/raining in Jerusalem so the warm atmosphere and hearty richness of the food at Ima was a comfort. We shared many dishes - the stand outs were the beet kube and the grilled chicken livers... More
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