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Kadosh

18 locals recommend

Tips from locals

SweetInn
SweetInn
July 16, 2017
With its striped awning and elegant ironwork, this cozy cafe brings a touch of Paris to the Middle East. Run by three generations of the Kadosh family, the cafe boasts French delicacies and drinks in a unique atmosphere. From the quiches to the pasta, everything is made in-house.
Orah
Orah
July 12, 2017
the patisseries, the breakfast menu, the location, everything!
Glows
Glows
January 16, 2017
Delicous pastires, wonderful breakfast and atmosphere. A favorite of the locals
Yitz
Yitz
November 27, 2016
Kadosh is a landmark. We love the toasted croissant with lox and poached egg. Great coffee and famous for their desserts.
Gefen
Gefen
July 14, 2016
The best pastries in Jerusalem! Great breakfast!

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Location
6 שלומציון המלכה
Jerusalem
Phone02-625-4210