Lunz Street off Jerusalem's Ben-Yehuda Midrachov (pedestrian walkway), is home to two Rimon restaurants: the dairy Cafe Rimon and the meat restaurant Rimon Bistro. Each restaurant embraces the concept of spaciousness with a vast array of food in the the midst of the city. Rimon Bistro is a great steak house that exhibits an air of modernity and sophistication. The restaurant has a comfortable spacious interior that opens to a classy outdoor patio.
A Rimon meat restaurant has been in this location for many years. New management is taking this restaurant a step forward.
So if you have not been to Rimon Bistro in 2012 it is time you try it again.
Four Unique Menus Throughout the Day
Cafe Rimon offers four menus - a main dinner menu, an afternoon fixed-price business lunch menu,a parve dessert menu, and an alcohol menu. The main dinner menu includes a fine selection of entrees, main and side dishes. There is a separate grill section with an assortment of grilled meats such as steaks and lamb chops. On the lighter side there are sandwiches, salads, and main courses.
What is a delicious dinner without dessert?
Rimon Bistro proves that parve desserts can be delicious. The dessert menu is short but oh very sweet! Cannolis, fruit sorbets, and coconut panna cotta are some of the temptations along with the more traditional apple pie, and hot chocolate cake.
The fixed price lunch menu offers several chicken, hamburger, fish, and salad entrees. Shepherds Pie or tortillas are some of the more unusual choices.
Rimon Bistro is available for your special simcha. B'teiavon!