Fodor's Expert Review Adom

$$$ German Colony and Baka Israeli

The name means "red" in Hebrew, referring to the 150 kinds of wine that decorate every wall in this large yet cozy restaurant. The menu has roots in Mediterranean kitchens, and includes loads of meat and seafood options. Try the fantastic Jerusalem mixed grill—it's a gussied-up version of the city's famed street food. Desserts include tahini ice cream and a dark chocolate, gluten-free "Nemesis cake." If you're seated at the bar, look up: when Adom moved to the First Station complex, the old restaurant's plates were converted into intricate light fixtures. After 10 pm, smoking is allowed at the bar. Don't arrive Friday evenings without reservations.

Israeli Modern Israeli Business Romantic Sophisticated Lunch Dinner $$$

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4 David Remez St.
Jerusalem, Jerusalem  Israel

053-427–5330

adom.rest.co.il

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