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Restaurants


Ben Yehuda Area (i.e. Center of Town)

Burger’s Bar
These meat “fast food”-like restaurants serve delicious burgers, grilled chicken, and salads (and don’t forget the French fries). The menu is limited, but the prices are reasonable. Burger’s Bar is very popular with the American yeshiva/seminary crowd.


Café Rimon
This restaurant is actually two different ones – a milk restaurant and a meat restaurant. Open late into the night, Café Rimon is a popular place to eat.

If you come by during the day from 12 noon – 5:00 pm, you can get one of their business specials. You’ll get great food at major discounts.



Fro Yo
2 Ben Yehuda Street, Town, Jerusalem
(02) 625-3722
Supervision: L’Mehadrin

At Fro Yo (not it’s official name, but the name that everyone including the employees calls it), you can get a variety of ice cream flavors (both dairy and nondairy), fat free frozen yogurt, crepes, coffee, and a special type of frozen yogurt only found in Israel – milk based yogurt blended with your choice of fruits, nuts, and or chocolate.


T’mol Shilshom
5 Solomon Street, Jerusalem
(02) 623-2758

Calling itself a "café restaurant bookstore," T'mol Shilshom can be tricky to find. To get there, as you’re walking down Yoel Solomon Street away from Ben Yehuda Street, take the 1st left. Then turn left and walk through the courtyard. T’mol Shilshom is on your left; you have to walk up the stairs to get there.

Bring your computer, but make sure to check to see if you have internet connection once you get there. They often but not always get access to Jerusalem’s free wireless service, called Jerusalem UnWire.

Hours: Sun – Thurs 9:00 am – after midnight, Fri 9:00 am – 1:00 pm


Village Green
33 Jaffa Road, Jerusalem, Israel
(02) 625-3065
Kosher: Mehadrin

The Village Green is the kosher health conscious person’s haven. It’s a self-serve salad bar with cold salads, hot items like tofu, brown rice, cooked veges and more. They also serve homemade quiches, lasagna, soups, pizza, bread and dessert. The salad bar is self-serve; you pay for what your food weighs.

Hours: Sun – Thurs 9:00 am – 10:00 pm, Friday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, Shabbos Closed.



Givat Shaul

Burger’s Bar
These meat “fast food”-like restaurants serve delicious burgers, grilled chicken, and salads (and don’t forget the French fries). The menu is limited, but the prices are reasonable. Burger’s Bar is very popular with the American yeshiva/seminary crowd.





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Har Nof

Dan's Bagels
58 Shaulson Street, Har Nof, Jerusalem
(02) 652-6594
Supervision: Bedatz Mehadrin Reuben

Hours: Sun - Thurs 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., Fri 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., Shabbos Closed.






Fro Yo
2 Ben Yehuda Street, Town, Jerusalem
(02) 625-3722
Supervision: L’Mehadrin

At Fro Yo (not it’s official name, but the name that everyone including the employees calls it), you can get a variety of ice cream flavors (both dairy and nondairy), fat free frozen yogurt, crepes, coffee, and a special type of frozen yogurt only found in Israel – milk based yogurt blended with your choice of fruits, nuts, and or chocolate.




Ramat Eshkol

Nina's Bagel Cafe
7 Paran Street, Ramat Eshkol, Jerusalem
(02) 581-5434
Supervision: Belz 

Extremely popular with Americans, Nina’s Café is a sit down restaurant that serves all kinds of bagels and bagel sandwiches, hearty soups, salads and homemade desserts. Plus, they have a large selection of coffee drinks.

If you get there before 12 noon, you can get their delicious Israeli breakfast for 40 NIS. You’ll get 2 eggs made any way you like, salad, cheese, the bagel of your choice, juice, and any coffee drink.

Hours: Sun - Thurs 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Fri 8:00 am - 2:00 pm, Shabbos Closed.