Update – this restaurant has since closed.
Arguably one of the most notorious locations in Jerusalem, Café de Paris sits on the corner of Ben-Maimon Street and Azza Road, a stone’s throw from the Prime Minister’s residence. The locale is part of Rehavia’s history, first as Café Moment and for the past eight years as Restobar, which caused an uproar among the city’s secular citizens when it closed in March.
Click here for the full review of Café de Paris in The Jerusalem Post.
Categories: Closed, Jerusalem Post Article, Restaurant Review
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