9 Rav Kook Street, City Center
(02) 624-41862. CaffitOverlooking the lake at the entrance to the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens, Caffit is the perfect café to head to on a warm spring day. Though the restaurant offers comfortable indoor seating, the countrified ambiance is best enjoyed on the patio.Caffit’s Kosher dairy menu offers fresh breakfasts, salads, soups, pastas and more. If you’re in the mood for a salad, try Caffit’s famous Oreganato salad with generous portions of Bulgarian cheese and sweet potato.
Kosher Rabbinate (Dairy)
1 Yehuda Bourla, Nayot (Botanical Gardens)
(02) 648-0003 3. Café b’GinaCafé b’Gina (garden cafe) is a rarity in Jerusalem with its spacious shaded outdoor seating in a pretty atmospheric tree-filled garden. Characteristic of Baka, the charming area in which the restaurant is found, Café b’Gina is housed in a grand colonial Jerusalem Stone building. The Kosher dairy menu is extensive with freshly-made bread and other special touches.Kosher Rabbinate (Dairy)
74 Beit Lechem Road, Baka
(02) 672-08254. LinkLocated just off King George Street in an old house with a sun-filled courtyard garden, Link is popular with journalists, media types and foreign film crews. The non-kosher menu offers a mix of local and international flavors with plenty of meat dishes on offer. The restaurant is open till late if you want to grab a late-night bite, coffee or cocktail.Not kosher
3 Ma’a lot Road, Jerusalem
5. Sushi RechaviaThe German Colony branch of Sushi Rechavia is housed in a gorgeous old stone building with a gated Asian-inspired courtyard garden on trendy Emek Refaim Street. The relaxed setting is the perfect place to enjoy authentic sushi, stir-fry, miso soup and drinks like saki and Asian beers.Kosher Rabbinate (Meat)
48 Emek Refaim Street, Jerusalem
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