Had ‘Kima’ for 65 INS. Definitely not cheap but very delicious. Staff are friendly & it seems authentic. I haven’t had a lot of true Israeli food so can’t really compare but it felt good on the taste buds.
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Best local food we had in our entire trip to Israel and Palestine. Aboslutely loved this place for both its food and the atmosphere which is very local. The market that the cafe is located is also well worth visiting
Weaving in and out of the crowds at the Mechane Yehuda Market on the first day of Sukkoth, we finally tracked down the gem of Azura restaurant. We had raced against the clock to have our lunch before the restaurant closed early to celebrate this...More
This is a no-nonsense great place to eat in the Machane Yehuda market's Iraqi section. The meatballs are extraordinary, along with the requisite pickles, chumus, and onions. The service fast and the feel totally authentic.
This restaurant must be tops since our native Jerusalem friend hosted us there for an authentic Middle Eastern dinner. It's small, crowded and busy but the food is delicious and the service very hospitable. Located off the main corridor in the busy Machane Yehuda Market...More
This is an Iraqi style Israeli home dishes restaurant. You can get the essence of Israeli food here. It's the dishes you will get if you are a guest of an Israeli Iraqi grandma for a holiday dinner. Really, really good. Better than any other...More
I passed this modest place on my way to machane Yehuda market in Jerusalem And couldn't help noticing the unusual amount of Israeli soldiers eating there You know a good place when you see locals And it's attended by family I went in and saw...More
We were taken to Azura by a local and it didn't disappoint.We tried about five dishes at this unassuming Iraqi cafe and all were delicious. It's a bit tucked away in a corner of the market and is a modest sort of place. Tripadvisor ranks...More