James Snyder, the Executive Director of the Israel Museum, made sure that every aspect of the newly-renovated Israel Museum would be first rate.
He also demanded this of the various cafes and restaurants in the museum's campus.
Modern restaurant lies in the museum entrance. Friendly service, fair prices, even a pretty good selection of Israeli wines grace the back wall.
A super lunch menu with very competitive prices is also available.
One drawback, it's closed on the sabbath and Jewish holidays.
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