10 Best Kosher Restaurants In Jerusalem, Israel

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If there is one thing that Jews, Christians, and Muslims agree on, it is that Jerusalem is a holy land. Israel’s capital is one of the oldest cities in the world. Places like the Old City of Jerusalem, a 1-square kilometer (0.39 square miles) walled space full of religious and historic sites, make this city unique. Jerusalem is no longer just an old city, it has transformed into a modern-day metropolis offering contemporary activities like any other capital city. Explore the city’s market scene at Machane Yehuda Market, the largest market here. It is the most vivacious part of the city offering the perfect venue for buying household items, groceries, and more. For nightlife enthusiasts, the bars here are amazing too. To complete your visit to Jerusalem, an array of museums offer an insight into the city’s history and culture. To know more about the best places to eat in this holy land, check out our list of the best kosher restaurants in Jerusalem, Israel.

1. Red Heifer Steakhouse

Posted by Red Heifer Steakhouse on Saturday, 14 October 2017

Red Heifer is a classy restaurant known for serving the tastiest steaks in the city. The menu offers an array of dishes that are certified as ‘Glatt Kosher Lemehadrin under Rav Rubin’, including a 350 gm. (12 oz.) or 500 gm. (16 oz.) ribeye steak, slow-braised pulled beef in mustard beer sauce and filet mignon in cabernet mushroom sauce. For alternatives to steak, the menu also includes a range of poultry, fish and pasta dishes. The food here is mouthwateringly amazing, the service is outstanding and the ambiance is welcoming; all the necessary ingredients for an authentic kosher dining experience.

Red Heifer Steakhouse

Address: 26 King David Street Jerusalem, Israel

Website: Red Heifer Steakhouse

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 5pm - 11pm (closed on Fri & Sat)

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2. Focaccia Moshava

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Posted by Michael S. White on Monday, 29 April 2019

This kosher restaurant is famous for serving a wide variety of Italian, Middle Eastern, and Mediterranean cuisines prepared under strict kosher guidelines. Try out the restaurant’s signature dishes such as beef carpaccio, veal ragu with fettuccine, veal sweetbread and entrecote skewers served with grilled portobello mushrooms or Ram’s mixed grill. Focaccia Moshava can only accommodate 120 guests either indoors, where there is plenty of room and comfort or outdoors, where you can enjoy the fresh breeze.

Focaccia Moshava

Address: Emek Refa'im St 35, Jerusalem, 9310418, Israel

Website: Focaccia Moshava

Opening hours: 12am - 12pm (daily)

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3. Restaurant

The O2 restaurant is an upscale eatery located in Inbal Hotel. It is a kosher restaurant serving up the best meat stews, butcher cuts and skewers. It features a luxe decor complimented with modern furniture and a local Israeli ambiance perfect for fine dining. The bar offers a combination of classic to high-quality cocktails and a selection of wines and beers that pair perfectly with each meal. What makes this restaurant amazing is the way strict kosher guidelines are followed when it comes to food preparation.

02 Restaurant

Address: Ze'ev Jabotinsky St 3, Jerusalem, Israel

Website: 02 Restaurant

Opening hours: Mon - Wed: 12pm - 3pm, 6pm - 10:30pm; Thu: 12pm - 3pm, 6pm - 10pm (closed on Fri & Sat)

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4. Touro

Located on the hills of Jerusalem, Touro restaurant is a Mediterranean kosher restaurant known to serve up a plethora of fine dishes in a scenic ambiance consisting of panoramic views of Mount Zion and the Old City. Chef Benny Ashkenazi, the head chef, delights guests with an array of culinary masterpieces prepared while keeping in mind kosher guidelines. The restaurant is characterized by a romantic backdrop, chic décor, and a classic black and white marble floor, making an elegant dining venue. On a warm day, you can sit on the spacious veranda or deck that is lit by beautiful Japanese lanterns.


Address: Sh.A. Nakhon St 2, Jerusalem, Israel

Website: Touro

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 12pm -12am (closed on Fri & Sat)

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5. Jacko Street

After exploring the market and shopping to your heart’s content, stop at Jacko Street and grab something tasty to eat. This amazing eatery is a kosher chef restaurant responsible for preparing dishes using seasonal ingredients sourced from the market. This fine restaurant is situated near the ever-vibrant Machane Yehuda market and offers fresh, tasty and delicious cuisines. This restaurant is characterized by an open kitchen where you get to see your dish being prepared while you sit in the warm and welcoming ambiance of the dining area. Grab a bite of the hearty Cuban corn beef sandwich or endive or artichoke salads with pistachio; each dish is prepared to give you all the nutritious goodness you need.

Jacko Street

Address: Agripas St 74, Jerusalem, Israel

Website: Jacko Street

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 6pm - 12am; Sat: 7pm - 12am (closed on Fri)

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6. Angelica

Angelica restaurant is located near the famous King David Hotel and just a short stroll from the Old City. The restaurant is characterized by its posh and rustic décor, fine dining space and royalty-like services. It is a fine grill restaurant known for preparing gourmet dishes using local and fresh ingredients sourced from the market. The head chef runs a kosher kitchen and each meal is prepared following kosher guidelines without compromising on the taste or quality of food.


Address: George Washington St 4, Jerusalem, Israel

Website: Angelica

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 12:30pm - 10:30pm; Sun: 6pm - 10:30pm (closed on Fri & Sat)

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7. Between the Arches Restaurant

Posted by ‎בין הקשתות - מסעדה ואירועים‎ on Monday, 13 November 2017

Known for its authentic Jerusalem-style atmosphere, high-quality cuisines and impeccable service, Between the Arches Restaurant is located in a 13th-century building close to Western Wall plaza. The restaurant features a beautiful vaulted ceiling, a curved wall made of ancient stones and offers a luxurious medieval dining spot in the city of Jerusalem. It is an outstanding venue accommodating a maximum capacity of 90 guests. The kitchen also offers an exquisite menu rich in quality cuisines for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It has kosher lemahdrin dairy cuisine, only fresh local ingredients and herbs are used in preparing each meal but with a touch of local twist.

Between the Arches Restaurant

Address: Hagai 174, Jerusalem

Website: Between the Arches Restaurant

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 9am - 6pm (closed on Fri & Sat)

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8. The Eucalyptus

If you are in the mood for fine dining, outstanding ambiance and a lively but chilled-out venue, The Eucalyptus restaurant is the place to go. The restaurant is known for preparing meals using creative biblical style ingredients that use roots, herbs and wild plants foraged from nearby hillsides. Serving kosher food, the kitchen prepares varieties of innovative Jewish, Levantine and Arab cuisines, including roasted cauliflower, pate macaroon, salmon sashimi, and Eucalyptus salad; all very delightful and tasty!

The Eucalyptus

Address: Felt alley (between Hativat Yerushalayim 14 and Dror Eliel st.), Jerusalem, Jerusalem

Website: The Eucalyptus

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 5pm - 11pm; Sat: 8:15pm - 11pm (closed on Fri)

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9. Noya

Noya restaurant is a stylish fine-dining eatery famous for its fresh seafood platters, a tasty selection of vegetarian cuisines, slow-cooked lamb chops and a large choice of charcoal-grilled skewers. The bar area offers many varieties of drinks, including appetizing cocktails and wines to pair with its scrumptious dishes. A glamourous dining area offers luxe comfort characterized by a casual yet fancy dining space, warm and welcoming service, and a relaxed family-friendly vibe. Kosher diners will be pleased to know that all food at this restaurant is prepared under Mehadrin (Glatt) instructions. Reserve a table at Noya and experience Jerusalem’s delightful food!


Address: Queen Shlomziyon St 3, Jerusalem, Israel

Website: Noya

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 12pm - 11pm (closed on Fri & Sat)

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10. Pichonka

Characterized by breathtaking green mountain scenery, a vibrant atmosphere, and outstanding kosher cuisines, Pichonka restaurant offers the perfect dining venue in Jerusalem. It is a certified kosher restaurant with a menu that includes focaccia bread, salads, gourmet meat, and fish dishes as well as Israeli-inspired breakfast, all prepared using fresh ingredients. To wash down your meals, the drinks menu lists an array of beverages, including a wide selection of wines, spirits, and beer.


Address:Nes Harim, 9988500, Israel

Website: Pichonka

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 11am - 10:30pm; Fri: 10:30am - 3pm (closed on Sat)

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Kosher dining in Jerusalem

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Whether you are looking for the perfect restaurant for a bat or bar mitzvah or just craving some delicious kosher cuisine in Jerusalem, you are never too far away from a superb restaurant in this historic city. And we have put together a collection of amazing restaurants for you to try out. Carry this list of the best kosher restaurants in Jerusalem, Israel, with you when you travel to this amazing city and you will thank us later.

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