Nadi is ideally located with a large terrace on a pedestrian street. The vibe is cosmopolitan drawing students from the Betsalel Beaux-Arts school, families and lots of regulars. The juices are delicious, the crusty bread ( from Maison Teller) is served with pesto, tapenade, tehina, lemon achards, harissa or squash jam, among other things. Everything is homemade and the portions are generous. The café menu features large salads, quiches, house soups, and pasta. This is one of the most pleasant, authentic cafés in downtown Jerusalem. Friday morning brunch is ultra-popular and busy.