brings modern Israeli flavors and culinary techniques to Philadelphia. The casual restaurant is home to an ever-changing, globally inspired small plates menu and an award-winning cocktail list.
The restaurant opened its doors in 2008 and is a tribute to Chef Michael Solomonov's homeland, with the name translating to "gold" in Hebrew. Referencing Jersualem, which has been a cultural crossroads for thousands of years, the design of the restaurant echoes the hidden courtyards of the sacred city, with golden limestone floors and walls, hand-carved tables and soaring ceilings.
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