King David Hotel, Jerusalem, has announced exciting changes in its Food and Beverage Department.

Tel Aviv December 15th, 2022: Spending Friday night at the magnificent King David Hotel, is always a wonderful event. Apart from the luxury surroundings and excellent service, the Friday night menu is always plentiful and delicious. Tamir Kobrin, General Manager, has recently announced that changes have been made to provide guests with an even greater experience combining the culinary excellence of Chef Roi Antebi and the creative touches of design and atmosphere that enhance the guest experience.

Changes can be noticed immediately as the dining area has been dressed up with mood lighting, chandeliers and candles, a center wine bar, and a Chef counter from where the mezze plates are served to the center table.

There is a rotating menu that changes weekly, starting with soup, a variety of small warm and cold dishes that range from carpaccio to chopped liver, salads, and Chraime (spicy fish). The guests have a choice of main courses ranging from filet mignon to duck, salmon, beef cheek, entrecote, and rotisserie chicken. The meal ends on a high note with a beautiful variety of desserts and a dessert trolley featuring the Begin/Sadat plates of petit fours and homemade Middle Eastern delicacies.

Challah is served during the meal, as well as Kiddush wine, coffee, tea, and a choice of sparkling or still water. Guests can order alcohol on request with a wide range of Israeli wines and cocktails. Sommeliers walk around offering bottles from the hotel’s wine cellar.

The hotel has been offering three options for breakfast. A continental breakfast is served in the Oriental Bar, and à la carte Jerusalem breakfast on the terrace of the King’s Garden Restaurant, as well as an Israeli buffet breakfast being offered in the President’s Hall.

The main breakfast features a variety of salads which changes daily, a healthy corner, fruit juices, local halvah and homemade jams, and a choice of 6-7 hot à la carte dishes to order from the kitchen, ranging from pancakes, Shakshuka to French toast and scrambled eggs. Early morning complimentary coffee is offered to all guests in the lobby between 05:00a.m. to 07:00 a.m.

To commemorate the Dan Hotels, 75th anniversary, the Federmann family made an investment of over NIS 130,000 for a new Sefer Torah and a variety of Siddurim and other prayer books for the High Holidays. There is a dedicated synagogue set up every Friday with candle lighting and a Havdalah service on Saturday in Rabbi Norman’s presence.

Tamir Kobrin, General Manager of the King David remarked, “Our guests are delighted with the changes they have seen so far, and there will be more exciting news in the early part of 2023 when Chef Roi Antebi re-opens the Grill Room, an American style steakhouse replacing La Regence. This is in addition to many experiences we have tailor-made for our guests, from afternoon tea in the Lobby Lounge accompanied by the musicians of the Music Academy of Jerusalem to Jazz nights at the Oriental Bar and historical tours of the hotel. It’s all about making our guests connect to a bygone era of hospitality that is part and parcel of the hotel’s history.”


About King David Hotel, Jerusalem:

The flagship of the Dan Hotel group and Israel’s most famous hotel, the King David, is located in the heart of Jerusalem overlooking the Old City. Set in beautiful gardens, within walking distance of Jerusalem, the King David is renowned for its history, uniqueness, luxury accommodation, and fine cuisine.

The King David, Jerusalem, is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World.