In the former Jerusalem train station, ADOM has several spaces with different vibes, from the family atmosphere or chic romantic style of the main room, to the club vibe of the bar area. The place belongs to a sommelier, which explains the very carefully selected impressive wine menu. The menu is also well thought out along the lines of a French bistro with dishes that are unusual for Jerusalem such as oysters, foie gras, salads with local ingredients, a risotto with black lentils, homemade sausage, or pork chops with beer. The Spicy Shrimp on Polenta is the perfect combination of superb, fresh shrimps and a creamy polenta, neither too salty or too spicy, and perfectly balanced. The Fish Masabacha is the concession to local gastronomy and a creative interpretation of a traditional dish including a blend of fish, salad, bean hummus, chili, parsley, and yogurt. It is a lovely combination of colors and a very interesting, new taste. The 250 gram rib steak is excellent, cooked just right, and a real bistro dish served with baked potatoes. 18 years after opening and 6 years after moving, ADOM is committed to maintaining its excellent reputation by serving quality food, good wines and excellent cocktails.