Adom has moved and is now located at First Station.
After many years in the City Center's Feingold Courtyard, Adom, part of a growing empire of Jerusalem bistros, is now located in the new First Station at the Old Train Station Plaza.
The restaurant specializes in wines and international cuisine which mixes local ingredients and flavors with a heavy continental influence, especially French and Italian. The steady flow of beautiful people into Adom can't be anything but a good sign.
The wine list is massive and constantly being updated, with both mainstream and boutique Israeli wineries represented, as well as wines from Europe and the New World. The menu changes depending on time, with gourmet evening options, late-night options (finger food-gone-gourmet) and even a kids' plate.
The new location boasts a spacious open air deck as well as a VIP private room which can accommodate private events for up to 14 people.
Adom is now open for lunch as well and offers a business lunch discount (15% off any selection from the regular menu) from 12:30-17:00 on Sunday-Thursday.
Click here to check out Adom on Facebook.
Click here to read a review of Adom in the Jerusalem Post.
לאדום בעברית לחץ כאן
DetailsSunday to Friday, 12:30 to 3:00; Saturday 13:00 to 3:00
David Remez St. 4 (Old Train Station)
German Colony/Yemin Moshe
$$$ (60-100 NIS per person)