El Dorado Café
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19 Salah ad-Din St · interesting places nearby
El Dorado Café information
This locally popular cafe and sweets shop serves excellent lattes, espressos and milkshakes, plus candy imported from Syria. The brothers that run the shop, Ahed and Amro, can give you the low-down on East Jerusalem, providing tips on the newest restaurants and points of interest.