A historic gem in Jerusalem

Update: this restaurant has since closed. There is no doubt that the Jerusalem restaurant scene has changed dramatically in recent years, but one place that has maintained a consistent presence is Cavalier, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Click here for the full review of Cavalier in The Jerusalem Post.  

Getting Passionate about Pesach Dining

The main reason I started this blog in the first place was because local and visiting friends were always asking for recommendations of where to eat in the Holy City, especially during the hagim, so despite being less focused on writing over the last few months, I could not let Pesach pass without a new [...]

When a pub is not a pub

I have to admit, that being able to eat kosher food at a bar/pub, is still a novelty and one of the special things about nightlife in Jerusalem. There are various places in around the center of town to choose from.  Scottish pub Glasgow on Shlomtzion Hamalka has a small intimate feel to it, a [...]

Brunch in the holy city

One of my favorite ways to make the most of a Friday in Jerusalem is to go somewhere good for brunch.  I have a few regular haunts, but I am also trying to explore new ones.  Top of the list has to be Café Itamar in Moshav Ora (close to Hadassah Ein Kerem).  Set in [...]