We ordered kebab and mixed plate because the staff recommended them. Meals were delicious and service was friendly. The location is nice; in the middle of the old town.
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Food was ok, not that special. But it is a fast service, and a cheap place, in a place where you ca only find expensive restaurants.
Good kebab for a good price. Not the best in my life or the best in the city, just good when walking around and you hungry.
It's worth for having a snack (or a lunch/dinner) while you are walking around the old town. I asked for the wrapped kebab and I enjoyed!
Looked for something to eat "late" (i.e. after 9PM) and this place was on our way and open. They serve Felafel, Kebab and other middle eastern food - pretty much self service restaurant. Food was ok - the felafel is not made fresh and crispy...More
Stopped there for lunch. Food was average, service ok. It wasn't overly expensive, but you get what you pay for. Not memorable for anything. Don't feel the need to go back.
Just off the crowded streets of Gamla Stan is a s hidden trove of Kebabs, Falafels and other middle eastern delights. Served with a smile by the always affable, Khalad. With dishes starting at Kr. 65 and drinks from Kr. 15, not only give you...More
After eating Swedish meatballs, fish soup it was time for something fast and different. So there was Jerusalem kebab, really excellent place(quiet even in the middle of Kamlan Stan). The food came out of the microwave and not fresh prepaired so you know. Taste was...More
We stopped by this place for dinner. It's in the heart of Gamla Stan, Stockholm's old town, so there are not a lot of reasonably priced options. We both ordered plated kebabs which were around 85kr each. We though the food was only average. There...More
I knew that there are a lot of kebab placed at Götgatan so went there to find a restaurant that would offer good food with good prices and Jerusalem Kebab is exactly that kind of place. They have huge portions and very good prices, especially...More