Old-school Jewish comfort food
As far as atmosphere goes, Elimelech rocks. A rather masculine environment, Elimelech is known as much for their slow-poured Goldstar as for its Jewish food. The theory behind this pour, which resembles that of a stout, is that the gas is dispensed in such a way that the imbiber can intake a few more beers than otherwise. Also, this was how it was done with the hand-pump taps of yesteryear – a gimmick, albeit a romantic one. An interesting note: this place is kosher, but certified through an alternative organization that is not beholden to the state sanctioned rabbinate.
35 Wolfson St
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 12:00-24:00, Fri- Sat 11:00-19:00|
|Price:||Dinner for two (including drinks): around NIS 160|