The building where the Lucina restaurant is located was originally built for the American Herbert Clark family, and meets the eyes with the Muslim luxury building.

Over the years, the special place has become the home of the Lucina restaurant, where architectural motifs of yesteryear blend harmoniously with design in modern lines. Guests in the restaurant are greeted in all its splendor, with arches and farce windows, walls made of rows of red stones and renewed Carrara marble flooring, a backdrop of fallen trees, vines and green vineyards envelops the restaurant and completes a heart-expanding atmosphere.

The dairy menu at Lucina contains a huge abundance of fine Italian flavors, including fresh pastas, fresh fish, special salads and homemade desserts that delight the human heart. The flavors in the restaurant combine with the picturesque atmosphere and create a unique experience.

The restaurant is strictly kosher under the supervision of the Jerusalem rabbinate

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