Ha-Eshkol Street 5, Jerusalem, Israel


Rachmo is a no-frills, homey joint, known for having some of the best local food and kubbe (a delicious patty made from bulghur and ground meat) in Jerusalem. The worker’s eatery has been around since the 1930’s, and if that isn’t enough of a testament to the excellent Kurdish cuisine, the long line of Israelis out front confirms Rachmo’s authenticity.

Read an interview with Yotam Ottolenghi, where he names Rachmo one of his favorite restaurants in Jerusalem.

Written by Emma Pierce

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