ADOM, which opened in 2001, has made a place for itself on the Jerusalem scene, and since 2013 has been relocated in the former Ottoman train station. In an attractive, centrally located spot, this restaurant has several areas including the main room, the bar, a veranda, and a terrace which give it a brasserie feel. The service is pleasant and the extremely extensive wine list is obviously carefully crafted including an excellent selection of monthly wines. The seafood is very fresh and good quality. The dishes gradually reveal multiple flavors and aromas, for an increasingly pleasurable taste experience throughout the meal. The clear menu showcases Italian inspired dishes and the sea. This is a good option for people who love sea food and good wines. A well-tried concept that clearly works.