Grilled Tuna Salad- vegetables and green lentils, bulgur wheat, avocado, seared onion and strips of white tuna fillet on a griddle Norwegian Salad- mixed greens in pomegranate vinaigrette, lox and breaded salmon, cherry tomatoes,champignon mushrooms, apple slices, red onion and pine nuts with cream cheese on the side
Salmon Fillet- with citrus vinaigrette, honey and mustard Crunchy Tuna- crispy coated strips of white tuna fillet served with roasted pepper chili sauce Sea Bass- fillet on a griddle seasoned with garlic, olive oil and herbs Mix of Salmon Fillet and Tuna Steak- scorched in teriyaki, mushrooms and white wine with cashews and scallions
Fungi Penne- olive oil, garlic, mushrooms, pine nuts, pesto and bulgarian cheese Neapolitan Penne- tomato sauce, olive oil and herbs with parmesan
Oven Baked Potato/ Sweet Potato
Café Rimon has been feeding the people of Jerusalem for more than 60 years and has become a celebrated staple on the kosher restaurant scene throughout the city. Run by Ronen Rimon, the establishment has grown into 4 locations, including three dairy spots and one meat one. Each venue is exceptionally popular among Israelis and tourists alike, as the food is consistently fresh, flavorful, varied, largely portioned and affordably priced, while the service is friendly and efficient. The beautiful contemporary décor with options to dine indoors or out, stunning scenic views, as well as the convenience of their locations, make Café Rimon the eternal vibrant hot spot that never goes out of style.
The original Café Rimon still stands on Luntz Street in the heart of Ben Yehuda Pedestrian Mall and includes both dairy and meat restaurants nestled side by side. The Mamilla Mall spot opened in 2007 and is known for their large brunch buffets and breathtaking views of the Old City. The indoor dining area is lined with glass windows, allowing diners to feel they’re part of the bustling mall action. Café Rimon Beit Shemesh opened in 2014 and is tucked inside the center of the Big Fashion mall. The dairy locations all offer a variety of cuisine, including soups, a plethora of creative salads, pizzas, pastas and fish. They’re known for their Israeli style breakfasts and Friday all-you-can-eat brunches. Expect brunch to include omelets made to order, fresh fruit, pastries and a large assortment of cheeses. Café Rimon is the perfect spot to celebrate with friends or to simply enjoy the ambience and people-watch.
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