Jewish quarter Shabbat dinner in Jerusalem
Share the deepest secrets of Jewish texts over delicious, traditional cuisine at this once-in-a-lifetime, authentic Shabbat dinner experience in the beautiful ancient city of Jerusalem.
• Enjoy a traditional, Kosher Shabbat dinner
• A traditional aperitif and wine are included
• Takes place in a home in the Jewish quarter of Jerusalem
• Communal dining for 4 to 15 people
• Ariella is an author and a student of mysticism who teaches guided meditation and self-mastery
About your host, Ariella: "I love sharing the warmth of my home, the comfort of good food, the mystical secrets and history of my city, and the joy of new friendships. I have lived in the Jewish Quarter for 13 years and would love to share its history and food traditions with travelers."
A traditional sweet red wine to start the meal
Oak aged wine with a cooked ripeness and a touch of cinnamon and cloves on the nose
Traditional Shabbat bread
Warm, freshly baked, egg-rich,yeast-leavened and braided bread
fish and salads
Gefilte fish served with horseradish chrain
A poached mixture of ground carp and whitefish accompanied with a sharp horseradish and beet condiment
Assorted fresh salads
The list changes weekly but usually includes eggplant salad, beet salad, cabbage salad, and white and sweet potato salads
Chiken and matza ball soup with fresh dill
Carrots, onion and gourd stewed to perfection in a golden chicken broth. Seasoned with garlic and dill and served with light matza meal dumplings.
Roasted chicken and root vegetables
Seasoned oven roasted whole chicken and crispy root vegetables
Leafy green salad and vinaigrette
Fresh romaine lettuce with chopped red bell pepper, cucumber, crouton and home made olive oil and lemon vinaigrette
Fluffy basmati rice
Long grain Indian rice with a light nutty flavor and floral aroma seasoned with garlic, parsley and lightly toasted almonds
We'll surprise you
I love sharing the warmth of my home, the comfort of good food, the mystical secrets and history of my city and the joy of new friendships. I have lived in the Jewish Quarter for 13 years and would love to share the history and food traditions with travelers.
Lenguajes que hablan:
Disfruta de las ciudades experimentando con actividades y enriquece tu vida.