Gabriel is a low-key, high-class gourmet mehadrin restaurant that is out to prove that holding by the best kashrut standards does not have to mean compromising on the quality. Located around the corner from the trendy dining bar scene of Shlomtzion Hamalka Street, Gabriel is housed in a gorgeous renovated building that is over 150 years old and combines many authentic elements with classic Jerusalem stone. The soft furnishings temper the stone and result in a warm décor.
There are three seating areas in the restaurant- an outdoor space, an indoor space on the first floor and an upper floor that can be used to host private parties. Make sure to reserve in advance, including where in the restaurant you would like to sit.
The atmosphere is delightful, the service fabulous and the food incredible. In fact, many years ago the restaurant held a lower level of kashrut and when they decided to become mehadrin Beit Yosef, many were worried that the elimination of the goose dishes on the menu, that were essentially the restaurant’s signature-dishes, would affect the restaurant negatively. These worries were unfounded; the dining experience is as splendid as it always was with each delectable dish prepared on site when ordered.
address: Ben Shetach 7, Jerusalem
Categories : Restaurants
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