10 dishes for 10 years

The food in the special gala dinner was indeed delicious and innovative - showcasing the chef’s exceptional technique and inspiration.

June 20, 2019 15:33
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10 dishes for 10 years

VIEW OF the Old City. (photo credit: AMIT GIRON)


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To launch the 10-year celebrations, Chef Koby Bachar presented last week a Gala dinner at the Rooftop Restaurant, consisting of a superb 10-dish tasting menu.

Located on the roof of the hotel, the exclusive eatery offers fine dining and stunning views of the Old City. The menu, which is kosher, represents the chef’s take on local delicacies based on traditional Jerusalem cuisine as well as international modern cuisine and fresh, quality ingredients.

The food in the special gala dinner was indeed delicious and innovative - showcasing the chef’s exceptional technique and inspiration.

Hopefully, some of the dishes will find their way to the regular Rooftop Restaurant menu.  The restaurant’s knowledgeable sommelier offered on the special evening his choice of Israeli premium wines from boutique wineries, to complement the dishes.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Jerusalem’s lifestyle Mamilla Hotel introduces special hospitality weekend packages that focus on guests’interests such as art, culinary and spa. Included in the culinary package will receive a very rich breakfast, cocktails at the Hotel’s Mirror Bar, wine tasting with the sommelier – who promises a “journey” through Israel’s best boutique wineries, and a special dinner at the Rooftop Restaurant.

For details and reservations go to http://www.mamillahotel.co.il/

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