The location is very good, mainly barbecue, recommended mutton and fish.
This is a small famous Armenian restaurant in the old city of Jerusalem. The old city is full of stone houses. The most pleasant seat is actually in the yard, leaning on chairs under the stone walls. See the sky in Jerusalem. The waiter recommended three dishes for the representative. The first is a grilled chicken kebab, and to be honest, the kebab tastes good, but because the previous Arab kebab was too impressive, there was not much feeling about this kebab. The mutton sausage, which is chewy, is a dry meat flavor that spreads through the mouth and becomes more chewy. The spices in the sausage have been stripped of the mutton's smut, and there is no need to worry. The fried ball, the entrance bite, just startled that this is beef ball. The shell is very crisp, and the beef mud inside is also very soft, the shell tightly wrapped in the beef incense, only the moment to open the head will come out. Pit a pie and a little hummus sauce is even more delicious. Restaurant name: Nafoura address: 26 Latin Patriarch Rd | P.O. box14607 Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem, Israel