great food at reasonable prices- fresh, healthy and well seasoned - wine selection limited but cold beer hit the spot
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The café / restaurant is in a good location in the city center near Zion Square and Nahalat Shiva. The Tea we drank and the cheese cake were very tasty and the atmosphere very pleasant. There are a lot of books that can be read...More
The atmosphere is very nice with very interesting design. The shakshuka is not that good as said in the menu, too strong Italian tastes in my opinion. The potato kreplach wasn't good at all and swum in oil bath. The prices are too high for...More
I opened up my tripadvisor app to find a place to eat for the evening. Being very close and looking at the great reviews, I imidiately choose this restaurant. It was a little hard to find, with the entrance in the courtyard behind the streets....More
I have been there with my spouse as part of a weekend relaxation at Jerusalem. The entrance is via a small street like a tunnel not very pleasant to walk through and until you reach the coffee place the smell is unpleasant and the street...More
I've lived in Jerusalem for a year and people have absolutely raved about this place, but at the end of the day, it's just another modern, hip cafe selling average food for above average prices. Maybe people enjoy the books on the walls and the...More
Tmol Shilshom is a community institution and a historic cafe with lovely food selections and wonderful events tucked away in a quiet and quaint alley in the center of Jerusalem. Definitely a must visit location!
I visited Tmol Shilshom with a friend. Very charming cafe on the second floor of an old building. Cheerful service. I tried the recommended Lebanese Shakshuka (poached eggs with tomatoes, eggplants and pine nuts) and it was very good. A must stop. Thanks.