Fabulous felafel and lovely warm soup. Perfect on a cold fall evening. Food is well priced and service is swift. Menu range is great. Everything from a light supper to a full meat meal. Good take out options too.
1 - 10 of 39 reviews
Had chicken soup cup and kabab. Soup appeared less than fresh but wasn’t bad. Kabab and rice and veggies were good. Mint tea was a bag of Lipton and some nana leaves thrown in, not very impressed with that. Waiter was a bit off since...More
I live in Israel, so I don't always like eating Israeli food abroad, but his authentic food was superb. Big portions and well-seasoned. I would definitely eat there again.
Standard Israeli fare in American quantities. Small but friendly place if you dont mind the kitchen staff yelling at each other!
I have eaten in this small kosher meat restaurant multiple times. The food is great. They have some standard meat/veggie/starch options and great middle eastern foods. The pita bread is thick and moist. The problem with the restaurant is the service. It has always been...More
My son is visiting from Jerusalem and we chose Jerusalem Pita and Grill to give him a taste of "home". He immediately declared it totally authentic. We started with the appetizer "teaser" which is six separate salads including baba ganoush, tabouli, beet salad, carrot salad...More
We almost left because restaurant was crowded, noisy, and hot, and not so clean, but glad we stayed b/c the food was delicious. Recommend go at off-peak hours.
My friends and I spotted this tiny little place, and decided to try it. What a great decision! We all love Mediterranean food, and there was much to be had. One of my friends ordered a large appetizer plate which was amazing. Among the items...More
The first thing I want to note is how good and fresh the home made pita is. It's unlike anything you'd buy in a package at the supermarket. The felafel is crispy and very tasty, served with the best tahini sauce (this is made from...More