Kiroskay-Palbam sets up NIS 1m. kitchen for TA’s Drisco Hotel

The hotel is a short walk from Neveh Tzedek, the beach, the old train station complex and the flea market.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
July 1, 2019 01:23
A dish at Kitchen Market in the Tel Aviv Port

A dish at Kitchen Market in the Tel Aviv Port. (photo credit: Courtesy)

Kiroskay-Palbam has finished setting up the kitchen and catering complex at the prestigious Drisco Hotel in the heart of the historic American-Germany Colony neighborhood in Tel Aviv.
The cost of the project was about NIS 1 million.

Eyal Yakar, CEO of Kiroskay-Palbam, noted that the establishment of the kitchen at the Drisco is another of the firm’s successful projects in boutique hotels. It is also working on projects for the Isrotel and Fattal hotel chains.

The Drisco, bordering Jaffa’s Noga neighborhood, is one of six Israeli hotels on the Leading Hotels of the World list. It was the first hotel in Tel Aviv, dating back 150 years, and is housed in two historic buildings – the Jerusalem Hotel and the Norton House.

The hotel has a spectacular 360-degree panoramic view of the city and the beaches, and it has 42 luxurious rooms of various sizes, including five suites, a restaurant, a bar, meeting rooms and a gym.

The hotel is a short walk from Neveh Tzedek, the beach, the old train station complex and the flea market.


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