Make way for the colors. The owners of Adom ("Red"), a popular mid-level-price, high-quality-cuisine haunt in the Feingold Courtyard, have branched out in both geography and hue with Lavan ("White"), a bistro ensconced within the Jerusalem Cinematheque. Naturally, the curvy modernist interiors are, like Scandinavia, adult contemporary radio and car sports, posssessed of an overwhelming whiteness in hue - but the real attraction is the stunning view out the windows of the peaks and valleys of Jerusalem.
The cuisine replicates Adom's commitment to quality, but steps down in price and complexity - like in most Jerusalem bistros, the kitchen churns out Italian fare (focaccia, pizza, pasta, risotto), meat dishes, full Israeli-style breakfasts, Continental baked goods, salads, fish and sandwiches. Open from mid-morning until the last customer shuffles out, Lavan's convenience for Cinematheque-goers can't be beat.
Lavan can host private and corporate events for up to 150 people, including Bar Mitzvah celebrations after Kotel ceremonies, family celebrations, cocktail evenings, product releases, and more. Package deals which include rentals of one of the Cinematheque's theaters for lectures or private screenings are also an option. For more details and orders call 02-673-7393.
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