Fodor's Expert Review Sweet Moment

$ Center City Hungarian

Embroidered doilies cover every table and wall at this adorable eatery, transforming it into a bistro straight out of Budapest. Owner Yigal Fisher stuffs cabbage leaves, crepes, and strudels with delicious vegetarian fillings—don't miss the chestnut cream. The coffee is out of this world, and make sure to ask for mulled wine in winter. Fisher's father ran the storied Goulash Inn restaurant in Jerusalem for 30 years; ask to see the packed guest books full of yellowing photos and notes from Israeli prime ministers.

Hungarian Service Intimate Lunch Dinner Coffee Dessert Quick Bite $

Quick Facts

16 Yoel Salomon St.
Jerusalem, Jerusalem  9463316, Israel

077-400–2098

Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Sat. No dinner Fri.

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