Located above Blacksmith Yuval Telem’s workshop is Rushka Café and Gallery, overlooking spectacular views of Mount Adir all the way to Mount Hermon.
At the café, Mira Telem or Mira’le, serves a vegetarian menu with quiches, cheesecakes, chocolate and even home-made ice cream in the summer season.
Vegan food is also on the menu, including vegan chocolate cake.
During winter, casseroles are added to the menu and what a true delight it is to sip coffee, herbal tea or hot chocolate when it’s raining, or sometimes snowing, in the smithy’s yard outside.
Rushka is named after Mira’le’s mother and it symbolizes family and the place’s homely atmosphere.
You can pre-book events and/or meals. Sometimes, the gallery hosts jazz evenings, changing exhibitions alongside Yuval’s artwork, public-singing evenings and more.