French Levantine

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Adar Lotan

Gal Ben Moshe © Christian Kielmann

Adar Lotan and Gal Ben Moshe at the PRISM

The restaurant in Charlottenburg’s Fritschestraße has been awarded one star. Gal Ben Moshe makes no secret of the fact that he is working intensively and emphatically on the second one. Levantine cuisine is a source of inspiration for Gal’s cuisine, but he entirely removes its rusticity and spruces it up for his fine-dining concept. That undoubtedly relates him to Adar Lotan, a 25-year-old talent. He owns the JUS bar à vin in Tel Aviv and describes himself as a bistronomist. He firmly mixes Levantine cuisine with French, which results in completely unique gastronomic impressions. In any case, the concept struck a nerve in the Israeli city and Adar is now considered a shooting star.

We are looking forward to this exciting evening and are quite curious about which wines Gal’s wife and sommelier Jaqueline Lorenz will choose with Adar’s wife and sommelier Roni Tal. We think the two restaurants have quite a lot in common. Berlin is enormously popular in Tel Aviv and Tel Aviv is becoming an absolute place of longing for many Berliners.

  • Su. 30.10.
  • 6-course menu with accompanying wines
  • Prism
  • Fritschestraße 48 | 10627 Berlin
  • Admission: 6.30 pm | Start: 7.00 pm
  • 199,-

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