The Inbal is reinventing Jerusalem cuisine with its new restaurant. It’s the perfect dinner option for passionate meat lovers.
Named for Jerusalem’s area code, 02 headed by Chef Nomrod Norman, offers individual, plated entrees that include popular cuts of steak, meat skewers, and other delicacies. The restaurant concept and menu were selected and developed with the cooperation of the exquisite culinary teams of Jerusalem’s well-known Mona Restaurant and Anna Italian Café – under the guidance of renowned chefs Moshiko Gamlieli and Itamar Navon – together with the Inbal’s own Executive Chef Nir Elkayam.The 02 Bar combines classic design, special and high quality cocktails and a light and most enjoyable atmosphere. In addition to cocktails, you can enjoy a selection of wines & beers, and delight in a rich varied food menu. An elegant and stylish private room for holding special events and business meetings for up to 10 guests is also available.
With a combination of flavors that reflect the best of contemporary cuisine, The Lounge is an enchanting culinary meeting point between Jerusalem, Rome and Paris.
The Inbal invites you to catch a few moments of pure pleasure at The Lounge, and enjoy a wide array of tastes. The Lounge is open daily, 10:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Parking is free (pending availability of space).
Start your day perfectly with an exquisite hotel breakfast enjoyed in our elegantly designed dining room, or while soaking up the Jerusalem sun in the hotel’s courtyard. Breakfast at the Restaurant is a full and varied buffet.
The breakfast menu includes Israeli cheeses and yogurts, an abundance of seasonal fruits, savory salads, fresh vegetables, several types of fish, eggs cooked à la minute, a choice of muffins, and delicious breads baked on-site.
Renowned as an experience that is uniquely Jerusalem, Shabbat meals at The Inbal are rich, festive dinners with a special ambience. The hotel’s Shabbat meals include classic dishes from the traditional Jewish kitchen – a diverse array of foods that are customary in communities around the globe.
The Shabbat menu offers braised beef, goulash, roast chicken, Moroccan fish, a traditional cholent stew – and a variety of local dishes, international foods, and delectable desserts. The Inbal’s Shabbat meals are served on Friday night and Saturday afternoon.
Whether you crave a delicious snack or something more substantive, the menu options at the Splash Pool Bar include a wide range of healthy foods for a poolside pick-me-up and sweets to satisfy your sugary cravings.
Menu items include fresh salads, pizza, ice cream, ice coffee, watermelon, soft drinks, hot drinks, and cocktails. The Splash Pool Bar is open during the summer months, Sunday through Thursday, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Winter in Jerusalem may be cold or rainy, but it is always warm and toasty at The Inbal! Join us at our Winter Soup Festival, with its tempting variety of rich, creamy soups served in a warm and cozy atmosphere.
The Winter Soup Festival is an all-you-can-eat buffet that costs just 69 NIS per person. Delicious fresh breads, soup nuts, croutons, spices, cheeses, and other toppings are served together with the soups. The Winter Soup Festival takes place during the winter months, beginning From November 4 to February 28. It’s open Sunday through Thursday, 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
If you prefer eating breakfast in pajamas – or if you’re too tired to go out for dinner at the end of a long day – The Inbal’s room service offers a wide range of enticing meals and scrumptious snacks brought directly to your room, at any time of day – from substantial entrées such as grilled entrecote steak to simpler options like pizza and fries.
Breakfast menu – served from 6:30 until 11:00 am
Dairy menu – served between 9:30 am and 10:30 pm
Meat menu – served between 18:00 pm and 10:00 pm
Night menu – served from 10:30 pm until 9:30 am
To place an order, contact room service 24 hours a day at Ex. 6692.