The place was recently renovated under the management of chef Adar Kaplan-Mor. .Great quality and value Must go!
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Cinema is still opened. I stopped by a few times to when the cafe was supposed to be opened and it was always closed, finally stopped back in and talked to an employee of the cinema here and was told the cafe closed 2 months...More
oIn the back yard and pretty garden of Cinema Smadar known for classic moovies and quality audience same applies to this modest cofee house known foir good cakes
It is just the place to stop off for a quick bite--an affordable pizza, sandwich, or coffee and croissant--on your way to/from shopping our touring around the German Colony or Emek Refaim. It is a bit cavernous (dark) but it has authentic Jerusalem atmosphere and...More
set inside the iconic Smadar Cinema building, this small cafe is a terrific place to feel the pulse of Jerusalem and its diverse population. The menu is limited but the food is always fresh and they have a good selection of on-tap beers and wines...More
One of the few places to eat in Jerusalem on Shabbat . It is a cafe attached to a historic movie theater. It is located on Lloyd George street. The ambiance is simple and has worked for many many years. You place your order and...More
Cafe Smadar is located in the German Colony and is part of the most beloved Smadar Movie Theatre. We often meet friends there, even if we are not seeing a movie. The menu offers salads, soups, sandwiches, pizza, pasta, desserts. There is a full bar...More
We ate here on a Friday night when nothing else was open and it was our only resort. I agree with the other TripAdvisor reviews that the atmosphere is good, but the food is just ok. Somehow everything we had ordered lacked flavor.
Searching for a place to eat on Friday evening I found this on a portal. It's a local cultural cinema annex cafe with some small dishes. The menu offers focaccia, salads, sandwiches, pizza, pasta etc. Food is ok, though not killing - you definitely do...More
this is a cafe next with a cinema, or viceversa,.....it has a nice menu, nothing of Haute Cuisine, but enough for the moments before going to a movie. Service is fairly good, tables are crowded but the few items I have tried are fairly good...More