Great coffee, charming place, nice owner. The prices are fixed, so sit back, enjoy the chill atmosphere and drink (slowly) your yummy coffee.
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The owner is a very friendly, wonderful man, happy to have a talk with the customers - he is very hospitable and hearty! Prices are reasonable and coffee is great.
Hot in the Old City, stop into Al-Mufti Espresso Coffee Shop. I'm a little bit fussy about my coffee and this one was the best I had in Jerusalem. ( Sorry 4-Star restaurants, but it's true.) I was surprised that a delicious full-bodied iced coffee...More
I lived in Jerusalem for three months. At first, I stayed in a hostel close to the Old City.During my first visit of the Old City, I went to Al Muftis. Since then every week. I returned every week to say hello, drink a coffee...More
This place has been a fixture on my trips to Jerusalem ever since the very first time. Great 'hole in the wall' style place that, for a change, doesn't take overt advantage of the many tourists passing through, rather offering them great coffee and juices...More
This Old Jerusalem coffee shop has these words written on the walls in many languages. And this is true. Try Turkish coffee with cardamom. Sweets are also good as well as freshly squeezed seasonal juices.
Located halfway on the Via Dolorosa. Great stop to rest your weary feet and have a cardamom flavoured coffee/ freshly squeezed Orange/ Pomegranate juice. The speciality Mint flavoured Lemon juice is excellent. Top it off with delicious homemade biscuits/baklava. Owner is very helpful.
Busy or quiet days it is always good to stop here and be refreshed. The owner is good company, location is comfortable, his prices are reasonable, and all flavors invite return.
Well, at first sight this cafe looks like one of the many around. But just go in, sit down, relax and enjoy tasty cardamon flavored coffee and fresh squeezed juice of your choice. Owner's charisma tops it all. (In fine print: visitors from small Baltic...More