Had the angus burger sliders and the Shwarma platter. Both were great! Super nice hosts (thanks Noa!), plentiful, fresh and delicious food. So good to have a Jerusalem in Vegas ...
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We came here for the first time just to try something new and different. We ordered the Mediterranean Assortment Platter (Unlimited Homemade Salads & Fresh Pita Bread for the Entire Table up to 5 people). Oh my goodness, it was amazing! It was great to...More
I liked the appetizer which was a nice home made hummous and pita. I ordered the chicken steak, which was a large portion of grilled boneless chicken thighs and were very tasty. There was a lot of rice on the side, and the Israeli salad...More
We don’t get the opportunity to find kosher food in NE Pennsylvania, so it was a treat finding this place. Really sweet waitress. We blew an order- totally our fault- we offered to pay for what we didn’t want and she wouldn’t hear of it....More
A short walk from the Rio. The actual storefront location isn’t the easiest to find, but the food made it well worth it. I had a hard time selecting from the many appetizing looking choices on the menu, but finally selected 4 Tapas items: Potato...More
We had a great time here, family with grandparents, parents, and grandkids. The staff was really friendly and the food was tasty overall. The chicken soup however was not a big hit though. Some of the food was a bit on the spicy side, like...More
I only did take out but it appeared clean. The restaurant had several TVs going, like a sports bar. But more importantly, the food was excellent. We had Moroccan salmon, grilled chicken, burgers, shakshuka, falafel platters, all recommended, especially the salmon. It was packed well,...More
The place looks nice and clean but the service was slow, some of us had stomach cramps after having the hamburger and the falafel...
Usually, when on the "road" and eating out at a Kosher place, you say "not bad for out of town." At Jerusalem, my wife and I enjoyed it so much, that we canceled our reservation at a different restaurant the next night and ate here...More
We live in Oregon (where there are no kosher restaurants outside of our MJCC, so we have to drive to Seattle to eat out). Every time we visit Las Vegas to see our close friends, one of the first things we try to do is...More