we arrived in Jerusalem and went directly to the Museum to meet our son. On arrival there we found my two sisters with spouses, who had been touring the museum. I opted for a tuna salad, and my wife the breakfast. Although one orders from the counter, the staff are quick to bring it to your table. My tuna salad, consisted of a gigantic portion of all the normal ingredients, with bread and an assortment of sauces on the side. My wife's breakfast was as good, with the promise to bring more of what she wanted.
Atmosphere is very modern, with a bif picture window with a view to the entrance over the small pool. A good place for a quick, tasty meal, reasonably priced.
This was a preclude to the following day, when my twin grandsons celebrated their Bar-Mitzvahs at the Western Wall, and we all, about 100 guests, returned to the "other" more formal side of the restaurant.
The luncheon was in a separate area of the restaurant, which enabled speeches to be made without interrupting the complete restaurant.
I am sure that the menu was a chosen one, consisting of salads on the tables with felafel and other goodies,as well as jugs of juice and water, the a buffet of meat, on one side of the restaurant and fish on the opposite end.
Food extremely tasty and well presented, this the general opinion of all the guests I asked.
Desert was to die for brownies with chocolate sauce, apple tart with ice-cream, and fresh fruit, small halva tarts, all so tasty it was difficult not to carry on eating.
Tables were well set, with fresh flowers, service impeccable, what more could one ask for!
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