Since 2006, chef restaurant Keyara has been housed in the familiar windmill in Jerusalem’s Rehavia neighborhood. The restaurant is Kasher Le’Mehadrin, under kashrut supervision from Agudat Yisrael. Its clientele is varied, and Keyara welcomes Jerusalemites, tourists from around the world, and both older and younger generations. And each and every diner receives a breathtaking and aesthetic culinary experience.
Light has a major role in the design of the roomy space, with its decorated windows and gorgeous light-fittings. The restaurant’s name - Keyara – has several meanings: in Norwegian it means goddess, in Africa it is a wide river, and in Italian (spelled slightly differently) it means enlightenment.
In Jerusalem Keyara is an upscale chef-restaurant specializing in kosher gourmet cuisine that draws on Mediterranean, European - and particularly French – cooking, and with a strong focus on premium meat. The specials change daily, and professional waiters gladly provide detailed explanations and recommend the most suitable wines to match them.
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Keyara has classy spacious atmosphere where no one is in your nose. Food is amazing. Everything about this restaurant and the dining experience screams class!