When the Jerusalem Railway Station opened in 1892, it included a two-story stone building, a mechanism to change the train’s direction, and a large water tank. Over 100 years – and one major renovation – later, The First Station has become a central location in the entertainment and dining scene in Jerusalem. With restaurants serving up fresh international flavors, favorites from notable Israeli chefs, and an array of Kosher offerings, the complex attracts hungry diners looking for an Asian bite or Italian meal. Stop by to fill your stomach and feast your eyes on years of history.
Must-visit Jerusalem restaurants at The First Station
Dine at one of these Jerusalem restaurants located at the historic First-Station-turned-trendy-eatery, popular amongst locals and tourists alike
Tasty bites meet historic location at these Jerusalem restaurants
The Kitchen Station offers a kosher menu and a culinary trip around the world with a distinct emphasis on the Mediterranean. Breakfast and brunches shine here. This restaurant takes you on a journey through Israel’s salad-rich contemporary breakfast to its hearty shakshuka dish with mozzarella and roasted peppers. The Catalonian frittata with fresh thyme and parmesan is another solid choice. Choose from a long list of salads and appetizers for sharing. Dine on rich pasta or savor fresh fish à la plancha.