This restaurant is no longer kosher!!! They kept the name, and the menu is similar to the old one, but they are no longer kosher.
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The buffet is available on Saturday and Sunday. I suggest you arrive around noon as they were not completely set up when we arrived at 11:40 a.m. Several of the salad offerings were dry. The dolmathakia was quite good and hummus was tastier if you...More
On Sat. & Sun. they have a lunch buffet featuring 6 salads, 4 main dishes (including 1 vegetarian, also, felafel balls & pita, and a a sticky honey & coconut dessert. If you leave hungry, it is your own fault. They about 10 minutes late,...More
Look carefully or you'll miss this place. It's in one of those strip mall type of locations but it's well-lit, clean and spacious. We ordered falafel salad, chicken shawarma, falafel pita, steak-cut fries and hibiscus tea. In all it was pretty good but I have...More
I had the lentil soup, which was fine if lacking in subtlety and a marvelous salad. The management wisely uses local produce - since there are farms all up and down the coast. The yougurt drink was tangy not sweet.
Discover this great place for lunch and serving was generous. Has nice indoor and outdoor sitting. Both food and service was great. Will definitely become one of our regular dinning place.
Tried this place for lunch today. They have a nice lunch buffet 'til 2:30pm weekdays. Everything I tried seemed freshly made in-house and was delicious. I'll be back with friends!
We tried Jerusalem Grill and Bar for the first time with a Groupon. In my opinion, the point of offering a Groupon is to encourage people to visit your restaurant, and when they do, treat them well and provide great food so they will return....More
We got there at just before 7 pm on Sunday with a reservation from OpenTable and found it empty. The owner said that they close at 7 pm but would stay open to serve us. Then we found out that he had taken it over...More