NileGuide Expert Says:
A good place to meet the locals.
6 Shlomzion Hamalka St
Kadosh has been a Jerusalem institution for more than 40 years. Walking into Kadosh is like walking into a Central European cafe. The small round tables and flocked wallpaper; the display case of sumptious baked goods, including classic strudels and eclairs, croissants and brioches. Kadosh has a full menu of soups, salads, sandwiches and pasta dishes along with a long list of hot and cold coffee-based drinks and fine alcoholic beverages.
Sit at one of the sidewalk tables during the summer and enjoy the view along one of Jerusalem's most lively downtown streets.