Join us for special events including guest-chef dinners, lectures, musical performances, tours, and more. Asif’s events aim to promote open discourse between cultures and cuisines, explore the local culinary scene past and present, and much more.

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Past Events

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‘Leil׳Shishi’ with Hedai Offaim and Assaf Amdursky

5 October, 19:00 – 23:00

This ‘Leil’Shishi’ falls on the same night as Hoshana Rabbah, the last day of Sukkot. To celebrate, chef and farmer Hedai Offaim will host musician Assaf Amdursky for an evening of music, food, and conversation

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Cliché or reality? The Evolution of Workers’ Restaurants in Israel

16 June, 12:00 – 13:30

What is a workers’ restaurant in Israel? Do such places still exist or is it just a romantic notion? This conversation will look at various representations of workers’ restaurants in Israeli literature and journalism

Asif content director Matan Choufan and his mother Brigitte

Tunisian Aperitif With Matan Choufan and His Mother, Brigitte Choufan

12 August, 18:30 – 20:30

“Generations” is a monthly series of events featuring two generations of one family. This installment features Matan & Brigitte Choufan.

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“Leil׳Shishi” with Hedai Offaim and Karolina

18 May, 19:00 – 23:00

During the “Leil’Shishi” event series, chef and Farmer Hedai Offaim collaborates with musicians for a night of music, food, and conversation.


A tasty event for kids led by pastry chef Rinat Tzadok

29 August, 16:00 – 17:30

Join us for Asifon and bring your little ones to Asif this summer holiday. For more details and tickets for August 29

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Asif X Shenkar: Human-Food Interaction

24 February, 19:00 – 21:00

Shenkar x Asif: The Final Projects From the Course ‘Human-Food Interaction’ With a Lecture by Professor Michal Rinot

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The Edible Boundaries Between Culture and Technology

28 June, 19:00 – 20:30

If agriculture — which has been vital to civilizations for thousands of years — is essentially a manipulation of nature through various technologies, why do we still insist on conceptually separating “culture” and “tradition” from “innovation” and “foodtech”? Join us for a special panel at Jerusalem Design Week that looks at this question

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A Persian Purim Celebration with Rottem Lieberson

7 March, 12:00 – 17:00

Join us at Cafe Asif for a special holiday feast with book author Rottem Lieberson