The interior design of Adom restaurant was largely inspired by its location: a 19th century railway station in Jerusalem requires an aesthetic deference, and a respectful treatment.
The main outdoor dining area received a minimal treatment, that will only empathize its unique and gorgeous quality. The bar and the private room, though, are the real highlights here, combining elements traditional railway heritage and old-fashioned departure platforms – with modern techniques. Panels of dark wood, partly cut out, revealing traditional Jerusalem stone underneath. Antique Jerusalem architecture, mixed with modern interior design. We’d buy a ticket for this destination any time.