Storytime and a meal designed for kids
The OpenRestaurants festival hosts a special event for the smallest of culinary enthusiasts!
This special evening led by Yoav his guitar and harmonica at Café Gan Sipur in Sacher Park will begin with story time about the theme of “delicious songs from children’s stories”. After we whet our appetites with song, we will sit down to dinner especially for children from Café Gan Sipur’s unique menu: pita pizza made from storytelling dough, Etti Spaghetti’s pasta, and breakfast for kids inspired by the well-known tales: the Egg That Dressed Up and Oren’s Turtle. Now, make way for the train of fried fish fingers. At this event, you can be sure the kids will wipe their plates clean…
The event includes
- Storytelling following delicious songs from children's stories
- Meal kids love
- Pizza Pita
- Pasta kids "Etti spaghetti"
- Breakfast for kids inspired by the swampy egg and Oren's turtle
- Here comes the train of fingers fish
- The activity is suitable for ages 2-6.A child age one and up is required to enter with a ticket . Escort parents do not need to purchase a ticket.
- Photography: Lina Miara
About the Location
In the heart of Jerusalem’s Sacher Park is a magical café — Café Gan Sipur, which combines good food with a love of books and enriching activities for the community. The café offers a varied menu and rich culinary experience alongside special services, including a library of books for children and adults for reading on the premises, and cultural activities. The café has a dairy and fish menu for children, under the direction of Chef Tal Golestani, who uses only fresh ingredients of the highest quality. Enjoy excellent cakes, fresh pasta, tempting fish, Italian-style coffee, and special breakfasts. Café Gan Sipur is suitable for both romantic dates and family meals. The Hebrew menu contains vowels so that the young customers can read it easily and choose their own meals. Even the sinks are at the proper height for children.
Café Gan Sipur in Jerusalem was part of the initiative the Jerusalem Development Company and the Jerusalem municipality to upgrade Sacher Park. The project includes the construction of an amphitheater, a café, and a pergola with a view to the east, creating a dialogue with the geography and the landscape of Sacher Park. The project preserves the character of the park, which is so closely identified with the capital, as an open space that corresponds to the park’s topography.