JERUSALEM

Looking for the perfect restaurant for lunch or dinner in Jerusalem? Maybe Brunch? Here are my reviews of the Holy City’s best gluten free options.
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Jeera | ג’ירה

 4/5 Over the Covid 19 lockdown, a new Indian food delivery service opened up in Jerusalem! After a burst ...
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Naya Asian

 4.3/5 Kosher- Meat Located just outside of Jerusalem in Beit Nekofa, Naya is a little foodie oasis. Similar to ...
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SushiYa Betzalel

 4.5/5 This might be a contentious topic to bring up but in my personal opinion Sushiya is the best ...
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P2 | פי בריבוע

 3/5 P2 or PSquared is a small little pizza shop right around the corner from some of Jerusalem's best ...
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Habesh

 5/5 What is Injera? Great question! Injera is an Ethiopian sourdough flatbread made using Tef flour! It is served ...
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Metaphora

 5/5 Hidden in a side alley off Yafo St. sits this cute little cafe with much more to offer ...
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Zariffa

 4/5 Kosher, Dairy Tucked away in Katamon (or Gonen if you wish) is a super cute little dairy cafe ...
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Ben Ami

 4/5 Kosher, Mehadrin While Jerusalem's center of town has a decent selection of gluten free options, once you head ...
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Cafe Nadi

 5/5 Kosher (Rabanut, not Mehadrin. ) Easily the best breakfast in Jerusalem, Cafe Nadi really stepped it up with ...
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Mistabra

 4/5 Kosher, Mehadrin Mistabra is a fairly new, very cute dairy Mehadrin cafe in the heart of Rechavia. Located ...
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Cohen’s Deli

 5/5 If you’ve followed me on Instagram for more than a few days, you’ve probably seen me post about ...
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Al Dente

 3.5/5 Kosher, Dairy Al Dente is located just a few minutes from Jerusalem's city center but is set back ...
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Tacos Luis

 5/5 While unfortunately Jerusalem doesn't have any dedicated gluten free restaurants, Taco's Luis tops the list of most celiac ...
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