we ate dinner here...and were pleasantly surprised by the good food. We sat on the street opposite the restaurant...comfortable chairs and nice place to eat despite the road traffic.
I arrived in Safed after a long bus ride from Tel Aviv and came across Cafe Bagdad. I sat outside where there was a great view and an even better breeze. The Balkan pizza (with onions and mushrooms) was superb. A lovely waitress. Also a clean bathroom. Highly recommended.
This was a good dairy/veggie cafe with a wide variety of choices. They also have a nice outside eating area.
I ate here both nights. I sat outside on the other side of the road with a view over the hills. The service was efficient and the waitress was charming. The food was nicely presented and of good quality and generous quantity. The second night, everything I originally wanted was not available. Normally, I would have walked out, but somehow... More
Service was excellent. The waitress spoke English which helped a lot. We sat outside and enjoyed the view and the breeze. Good value for the money. Rimmonim Hotel wanted to charge us double for breakfast so we saved money by going here.
Can't beat the amazing view. The outside seating is also covered so you are shaded from the sun. The food was was very good as well. I would go back and recommend it for a nice casual meal in Safed. Have menus in English as well.
We found this cafe in the winter when it was freezing cold outside (as it quite often is due to it's position high up on Mount Cana'an). It's well-known and frequented by English-speakers. The coffee shop was small inside but warm and cosy and served good strong cappuccino. I was there this week, while the weather was warm and you... More
Just got back from Safed and had lunch at the cafe. Had the Israeli breakfast. omellete, salad, cheese and wheat (i guess) bread. Hot and fresh. Really Really good .... Service: excellent. Asked for directions to Nahal Amud and she was very helpful. She (the waiter) asked all over the place how to get there but no one knew. Never... More
Salad drowned in dressing. Burnt malawach. Decent humus. Best part was the bread served fresh and hot. Very little else to say.
Cafe Baghdad is situated on the 'midrehov,' ie Jerusalem street, the main street of old Safed. Inside the cafe proper it is rather gloomy, but you can sit (and be served) on the pavement across the road under a shady awning with a breathtaking view over to Mount Meron, the site of the tomb of Rashb''i, Rabbi Shim'on bar Yohai.... More
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