Friday, July 11, 2014

Lovely Lunch at the Israel Museum

There are quite a number of restaurants in the Israel Museum. The one I go to is the dairy Mansfeld Cafe. The main one is near the entrance, and there's a lovely branch by the main exhibition area. That's where I ate the other day. I had their salmon, which was delicious.

The food and service are always good.

Here's the official information from the Israel Museum's website:

Mansfeld, the Museum's dairy cafes, are named after Al Mansfeld, the first architect of the Israel Museum and winner of the Israel Prize for Architecture for his design of the Museum. The cafe's rich menu includes home-baked goods, cakes, sandwiches, salads and hot dishes. The cafe is suitable for hosting private events. Mansfeld is kosher under the supervision of the Jerusalem Rabbinate
Dining in the cafe does not require purchase of an admissions ticket to the Museum. Museum members and Friends of the Israel Museum are entitled to a 10% discount.
Parking is free and the restaurant is accessible to all. 
Open: Sun, Mon, Wed, Thurs 8 am - 5 pm | Tues 8 am - 9 pm | Fri 8 am - 2 pm.
For inquiries: 02-5636280; fax: 02-561-8399; arrange events: 054-884-7133 or 050-997-8800


Anonymous said...

It looks delicious, and is a perfect lunch!
-Lorri M.

Batya said...

It was!