We went there for an israely dinner... the place is nice with lots of tables outside. The food taste is avarage. The price in the standard for Jerusalem. Nothing special for us.
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Our family enjoyed Alma very much. The Kubeh soups were a meal in themselves.The lamb stew was a wonderful treat on a cold Jerusalem night. The portions were generous, tasty and filling and the lamb was tender. Their Alma bread served with spreads was a...More
Soups and stews are mastered at Alma. They have so many tastes everyone will be satisfied (not that they do not serve other traditional dishes, but these come in such a great variety!). Unfortunately the restaurant is really cold because it is open. I would...More
We were persuaded by the host who was standing outside to try Alma. We ordered the lamb stew, Jerusalem grill, and chips — aka French fries. The chips were very good. Very light. The stew had a tasty sauce but the meat tasted like beef...More
Whilst the service was quick and pleasant the food left a lot to be desired. There was a selection of about ten soups however we didn't try any of these. I had the beef kebab which turned out to be four mini sized mediocre, bland...More
The location, ambient, food decoration and staff were great.. The food is not spectacular but it is not bad at all and the portions are big.
The place looks good and is in the very center of the city. However, a part from the look of the restaurant, there were plenty of thins that disappointed me. First, the young waiter initially seemed really kind but then became quite curt. Second, the...More
We went to Alma twice during our stay in Jerusalem. They have a wide choice of soups, hummus, local wines, and many other Middle eastern dishes. Everything was delicious. We recommend a starter with bread and several sauces (I don't remember the name, but it...More