Kitchen Garden is one of the many establishments of Chef Moshe Segev known for his talent in orchestrating dishes and a lover of trompe l’oeil effects. Here, you enter a big garden where all the plants and flowers are natural, and all the solid wood is unfinished. If it were not so big, you might think yourself in a large country house, sparingly furnished, but with taste and attention to detail. The cuisine is wide-ranging in influence, especially from Europe and here. There is something for everyone here from very classic veal schnitzel, crispy as they should be, with a deliciously creamy purée that will delight children or people who feel nostalgic about family cooking, soft, steamy buns, generously stuffed with well-seasoned, slow cooked beef, with the addition of beef broth to bring out the meat flavors, and guacamole for a refreshing note (enough to satisfy small appetites), a risotto with mushrooms and grilled beef, in which the risotto overcomes the beef, or creamy polenta with mushrooms, with a strong woodsy flavor, will delight lovers of Italy. The combination of the food and the deliciously bucolic, peaceful atmosphere, make this place at once restful, and energizing.