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Adom

  • 4 David Remez St, Jerusalem
  • Photo: Itamar GinzburgPhoto: Itamar Ginzburg
  • Photo: Itamar GinzburgPhoto: Itamar Ginzburg
  • Photo: Itamar GinzburgPhoto: Itamar Ginzburg
  • Photo: Itamar GinzburgPhoto: Itamar Ginzburg
  • Photo: Itamar GinzburgPhoto: Itamar Ginzburg
  • Photo: Itamar GinzburgPhoto: Itamar Ginzburg
Photo: Itamar Ginzburg
Photo: Itamar Ginzburg
Photo: Itamar Ginzburg
Photo: Itamar Ginzburg
Photo: Itamar Ginzburg
Photo: Itamar Ginzburg
    • Price $$$$
    • Accessibility
    • Business Meals
    • For Private Events
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Infant Friendly
    • Non-kosher
    • Open on Saturday
    • Outside Seating Area
    • Reservation Needed
  • Sun-Sat: 12:30-02:00

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 1541 traveler reviews
Adorable Bistro Style In Historic Train Station
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on September 16, 2022

We popped in for lunch with no expectation and we’re wowed by great service and delicious food.I had the liver and gnocchi in a mushroom sauce and my husband has fish fillet. The cocktail London Calling is amazing. So much so that we headed back for our last dinner in Jerusalem. Food was...

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We popped in for lunch with no expectation and we’re wowed by great service and delicious food.I had the liver and gnocchi in a mushroom sauce and my husband has fish fillet. The cocktail London Calling is amazing. So much so that we headed back for our last dinner in Jerusalem. Food was not as great as lunch but it was still worth recommending. I still loved my drink and the wine selection is perfection. Their Caesar salad was dressed perfectly.

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TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 21, 2022

Enjoyed it all great for families Nice personal Service Food came on time Offered ti pack for the kids the food they didn't consume A great friendly warm welcome indeed Will come back

Really lovely
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 20, 2022

A Jewish secular lively vibe in the heart of Jerusalem. Superb cuisine, good service. Not cheap but really worth it. Not (at all) kosher. Higky recommended.