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  • 5/5 Rafi W. 2 years ago on Google
    Legendary place. Top notch ingredients prepared with love and perhaps some good Israeli chutzpah. Never a let down. I've had fast service here but perhaps I came at the right time.
    2 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 3/5 Y B. 4 years ago on Google
    Not great, not bad. Very average Falafel. Prime location on Ben Yehuda gets it points, though there are better places to be had.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 4/5 Bose A. 5 years ago on Google
    I love Moshiko. First, the staff are great. While you're waiting for your order, or sometimes are just queueing up, they'll hand out delicious falafel balls fresh out the fryer. It's enough to wet your appetite for the best schwarma in town. I always visit there. I love it. And so will you! It's incredibly reasonably priced too.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 1/5 TESLAMR 1 year ago on Google
    I was with family and we had Shawarma and Falafel. They both didn’t taste right, especially the Falafel, it wasn’t fresh. A few bites and the rest was garbage. One of my daughters who has Celiac Disease had a falafel at Chipsland earlier, which I had tasted and that was unbelievable.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Cristina H. 6 years ago on Google
    Shawarma was delicious. Great quick and hearty bite. I ordered the shawarma laffa (flat bread) and it was a huge portion for me 36NIS. If you are petite, a half portion would be perfect. Ask for everything on it, and enjoy! :) The shop is small, mostly for take out. They shop has a few stools inside and 4-6 tables on the pedestrian street for you to sit and enjoy your meal. They conveniently have a sink for washing hands, but no toilet.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Ben B. 2 years ago on Google
    My favourite go-to falafel in Jerusalem. Quick and easy service. Shawarma, schnitzel and falafel on a pita or a larger laffa wrap
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 4/5 Michael B. 11 months ago on Google
    Only four things on the menu, but they do them well. Felafel, shwarma, chicken shnitzel and french fries.

  • 5/5 Boone W. 4 years ago on Google
    Great schawarmas and falafel! Very busy, but they had fast service and delicious food!

  • 5/5 Will B. 1 year ago on Google
    Amazing falafel! Possibly the best falafel in all of Jerusalem! Good prices. They have a few seats located right in fron in the middle of Ben Yehuda street. Great chill!

  • 5/5 Eden B. 11 months ago on Google
    The best falafel and shawarma in town. Amazing service and clean food.

  • 2/5 Michael S. 1 year ago on Google
    This used to be THE falafel place to visit in Jerusalem. Unfortunately, they moved to a new location and somehow in doing so they went down in quality. The falafel has an almost sour taste, and was undercooked. Going here for lunch used to be a, highlight of any trip to Jerusalem. Now I need to find a new falafel stand.

  • 3/5 Rob R. 1 year ago on Google
    I've been making a point of trying chicken shawarma any chance I get and was told this is the best shawarma in Jerusalem. I misled. While the spice on the chicken was good, and the vegetable choices were good and fresh, the meat had quite a few bits of less than optimal parts of the chicken with bits of cartilage and other bits that I had to pick out. The meat was over done and a bit dry too. This isn't even close to the best shawarma I've had in Jerusalem; try the shawarma place near the top of the hill on Shlomziyon St, you won't regret it!.

  • 5/5 shneor c. 1 year ago on Google
    It's one of the best showarma I ordered 2 laffa it was ready in a minute

  • 5/5 Leo A. 1 year ago on Google
    Amazing kebab Simply one of the best kebabs we had in town. Location is a good one to continue in other bars. I find price is more than fair. I was there in November 2018

  • 3/5 amit a. 1 year ago on Google
    It was ok. Expensive. Don't order half a pitta, it's a bit pitiful.

  • 5/5 Eric C. 2 years ago on Google
    Is this the best Shawarma in Jerusalem? I think so!

  • 4/5 Aneta M. 5 years ago on Google
    Good falafels, very friendly staff, low prices (starting from 18NIS for falafel in pita, 35NIS for falafel on a plate). Very good pita and laffa bread. They have some tables, so it's possible to sit down and eat while enjoying the view of a very alive street. Sometimes there's a line, mostly of tourists as Moshiko has their menu in English - most of the places around, with similar street food, have their menus in Hebrew only, so they don't catch that much attention of a hungry tourist. Cons - they don't have toilet; they don't serve tap water (only water in plastic bottles - what bothers my ecological conscience - for 7NIS), they serve food only on plastic plates.

  • 5/5 David Yoseph S. 2 years ago on Google
    The falafel and french fries are tasty and fresh. They sell beer. The help is professional and friendly. The place is clean with a nice atmosphere.

  • 5/5 Ezra B. 5 years ago on Google
    As touristy as this place is, there's a good reason for it. Their fries stuffed pita and laffa is to Israel what a California burrito is to California. Delicious.

  • 5/5 Vitaliy G. 7 years ago on Google
    Good food. Good price. Plateful + Pita Bread for 45 shekels (about 12USD)

  • 5/5 Rod F. 6 years ago on Google
    The falafel place to visit in Jerusalem. Great food and interesting street full of colorful characters and people from all over the world stopping by to grab a falafel. Cant go wrong with Moshiko!

  • 1/5 Dovid L. 3 years ago on Google
    The meat was bad and the bread was bad other than that the Shawarma was excellent. But the people were friendly. I would suggest going to the other shwarma place on the midrachov which is further down.


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  • Offerings
    • ✓️ Quick bite
    • ✓️ Small plates
    • ✓️ Vegan options
    • ✓️ Late-night food
    • ✓️ Vegetarian options
  • Accessibility
    • ✗ Wheelchair-accessible toilet
    • ✗ Wheelchair-accessible seating
    • ✗ Wheelchair-accessible car park
    • ✓️ Wheelchair-accessible entrance
  • Dining options
    • ✓️ Lunch
    • ✓️ Seating
  • Service options
    • ✓️ Dine-in
    • ✓️ Takeaway
    • ✓️ Outdoor seating

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