A group of Israeli tourists have taken to the streets of Jerusalem to celebrate the opening of their first restaurant in the Old City.
FourFour Two is named after the site of the ancient temple where Jesus Christ was crucified.
The menu is packed with traditional Israeli dishes such as grilled lamb with tomato and parsley sauce, lamb teriyaki, and fried eggplant.
The menu will be open from 9am until 1pm daily until May 23.
But wait, there’s more.
The restaurant is set to open a bar too.
FourFour Two owner and chef Shimon Ben-Ami is planning a second bar, named the Bar of Justice, and a third bar, the Bar, will be opened on May 30.
He hopes to have the new bar open by the time the first bar opens.
Ben-Amini says the bar will have its own set of specialties such as “mushrooms and cucumbers”.
Ben-Amit says the opening date is just one of many details to come.
“The bar of justice will be a great place to have lunch, or to have a cocktail,” he said.
“I don’t know if I can announce that yet.”
Ben-Amini is also planning to open the bar with a new menu, including “a whole new menu with new ingredients”.
He said the bar’s main focus will be on the “most important thing in life”.
“The most important thing is your happiness, your health, your wellbeing, your happiness and your wellbeing is the most important issue.
It’s the most powerful thing in the world,” he explained.”
It’s not a matter of food, but of life.”
Ben Ami said his main goal is to help Israelis with health issues, such as cancer.
He is also working to get a restaurant licence for the bar.
Israel is home to the world’s only Jewish population of more than 1.6 million.
The country’s Jewish community has been a key part of Israel’s national identity for centuries.