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Adom

  • 4 David Remez St, Jerusalem
  • Photo: Adom
    • Price $$$$
    • Accessibility
    • Business Meals
    • For Private Events
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Infant Friendly
    • Non-kosher
    • Open on Saturday
    • Outside Seating Area
    • Reservation Needed
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    Up to 100 guests

  • Sun-Sat: 12:30-02:00

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 1338 traveler reviews
New
Its ok
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed today

The food was nice, not great not bad. Service was nice. But not trained. Very polite but didnt offer to back a dish that was almost completely not eaten, no toothpicks or wipes at the end.

New
Great find in a different part of the city
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

This was the first time I had been to First Station in Jerusalem and it was a very cool place to find. There are several restaurants, cafes and bars and a small market as well (look out for the guy selling his homemade lemoncella-amaze!) . I made a booking at Adom as it looked an...

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This was the first time I had been to First Station in Jerusalem and it was a very cool place to find. There are several restaurants, cafes and bars and a small market as well (look out for the guy selling his homemade lemoncella-amaze!) . I made a booking at Adom as it looked an interesting place-Italian food with a bit of a twist. They had a great wine list, served cold beer off tap and the food was excellent. My schnitzel was massive, but extremely tasty. The service was excellent and the cost was not that much. In all, dining at Adom was a great experience.

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New
Good option, but a bit expensive
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

Adom is a nice restaurant in Jerusalem, located at the First Station (an old train station converted into a shopping area). The service is courteous and efficient. The appetizers and entrees that we chose were tasty (although the chicken in the grilled meat dish needed a bit of more cooking time). Prices are slightly...

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Adom is a nice restaurant in Jerusalem, located at the First Station (an old train station converted into a shopping area). The service is courteous and efficient. The appetizers and entrees that we chose were tasty (although the chicken in the grilled meat dish needed a bit of more cooking time). Prices are slightly higher than the average for similar places in Israel, but, nevertheless, the place is still a good choice.

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