Located in the middle of Katamon, Hansen House, a former leprosy hospital, is light-filled and tastefully decorated by the students of the school of art and design which is also housed here. The place is young, cheerful and simple with an atmosphere typical of Jerusalem. It is very popular for Friday brunch which features a quite successful rustic menu. Everything is based on OFFAIM organic or sustainable farmed seasonal products. The salads are fresh and crisp, the traditional bowls of labaneh, cottage, homemade herb pesto, and zaatar are served with fried eggs and cheese. Here the boure-croissant is a hybrid between borekas and croissant, a salty savory pastry stuffed with a tasty mechouia salad (made from grilled peppers and tomatos). It comes with a poached egg and goat cheese, cucumber sticks and labaneh. The flaky pastry is pleasant and the overall dish is tasty. You might also like the traditional chakchouka or the very good creamy cheese cake made with fresh farm-produced cheese or the nearly too large raspberry and almond pudding. This establishment is full of charm featuring the very fashionable farm-to-table concept with an ambitious menu that fulfils its promise of very pleasant dishes thanks to the quality of the products.