About Jerusalem OpenRestaurants™
Jerusalem’s cuisine reflects the city’s nature as a melting pot for many communities at the meeting point of east and west – the old and the new, inspirational and innovative. A fusion of traditional Middle Eastern, North African and South American to exotic Asian flavours and continental European cuisine; from street food to fine dining, there aren’t many culinary channels that Jerusalem hasn’t explored and mastered. To celebrate Jerusalem’s dynamic and pioneering food movement, the city’s restaurants open their doors and welcome food lovers and visitors to come to explore their restaurants in November in the Jerusalem OpenRestaurants™. The festival offers a huge variety of gastronomic experiences, from the markets to the most elegant of restaurants, as well as special workshops, events and talks.
Book OpenRestaurants™ in Jerusalem from 19-23 November
With over 100 unique culinary experiences combining food with art, culture, and innovation, the urban culinary festival OpenRestaurants™ will return to Jerusalem for the fourth year running from 19-23 November 2019. The many open kitchens, private tours, food talks, art and culture bring together the rich fusion of ethnicity that multicultural Jerusalem offers, showcased at some of the city’s most exciting and celebrated restaurants and landmarks
PRO PACKAGE – €195
Your ultimate foodie experience includes:
– Local Bites at Dwiny Pita Bar
– An evening of Israeli wine and tapas at Mamila hotel
– Cooking class hosted by chef Moshe Basson
– Ticket to the taste train
– A food talk to feed your curiosity
+ A voucher for a yummy challa bread for Shabbat
Book Your Accommodation in Jerusalem
Jerusalem offers many fantastic hotel to stay, from city centre stylish hotels to small boutique luxury accommodation there is something on offer for everyone’s needs. For visitors travelling for OpenRestaurants, the following hotels are offering a special 15% discount
The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel
Experience the cultural and spiritual warmth of Jerusalem at the modern, 5 Star Luxury Hotel in Jerusalem. The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel offers fantastic views of Jerusalem Old City.
Ibis Jerusalem city centre
Located on Zion Square, in the heart of Jerusalem’s city centre, the ibis Jerusalem City Centre Hotel enjoys vast proximity to many religious and historic sites.ews of Jerusalem Old City.
A flavour of Jerusalem in London
Visit one of our London Restaurant Festival events this October featuring the best of Jerusalem’s cuisine available in London
WIN a gastronomic trip for two to Jerusalem
In celebration of our partnership with Jerusalem Open Restaurants, we’re giving you the chance to win the culinary trip of a lifetime to Jerusalem, in association with Jerusalem OpenRestaurants™ and Virgin Atlantic.
Why visit Jerusalem?
Jerusalem is rapidly establishing itself as a must-see modern tourist destination. the city is undergoing immense cultural rejuvenation, offering ancient traditions and modern culture in one unique trip. It has one of the oldest histories in the world, special to countless cultures and religions, resulting in incredible architecture and fascinating stories.
Jerusalem makes the perfect city break get away exploring the old city, enjoying a meal in the Mahane Yehuda Market to discovering the incredible mix of museums – there really is something for everyone.
City Pass is the best and most effective way to navigate through Jerusalem. Priced from only £30 and valid for 7 days. Including unlimited public transport, three free attractions and discounts to other attractions. It is your pass to discover Jerusalem.