Gabriel Restaurant, located at the heart of Jerusalem, combines perfectly between French gourmet and Badatz Beit Yosef Mehadrin Kosher food. This romantic and serene restaurant is named after the Archangel Gabriel in a way which connects well with the subject of kosher and kashrut. In an old Jerusalemite stone structure which features arches and high ceilings an enchanting experience awaits you with surprising dishes in color, texture and shape. It seems like these aesthetic and wonderfully delicious dishes, next to which stand elegant wine glasses, were created by an artist. The excellent wine bottles are stored in the restaurant’s cool wine cellar and there is also a sommelier here who will recommend the right wine to you for the dishes that you have chosen.
The atmosphere at Gabriel Restaurant is intimate and pleasant and suits well the classic menu. Among the first courses one can find: veal fillet tartar, veal carpaccio, fish tartar and many more. Among the main courses one can find: Chateaubriand- a dish of juicy meat for two (named after a French nobleman from the time of the French Revolution) that is served on a steaming hot plate and carved in front of the diners, and a bream fish fillet on top of quinoa and with ratatouille. Among the creative desserts at Gabriel Restaurant one can find a chocolate soufflé which melts in one’s mouth and is made out of quality chocolate that is majestically laid on top of a layer of vanilla and pears cooked in red and white wine with saffron, cinnamon sticks and vanilla ice-cream. When coming to dine at Gabriel Restaurant ask for the Gabriel Cocktail that was invented here and is composed of kiwi sorbet, cinnamon, aniseed stars and other surprises. The Gabriel Restaurant staff is efficient and polite and will make sure to give you the perfect dining experience.