Hanamal 24 is a new and promising culinary jewel of Haifa and northernIsrael. It is located on Hanamal Street – the latest entertainment site in Haifa’s downtown. The chef, Ran Rosh, is a graduate of the Paul Bocuse’s school of cookery in Lyon. He has worked at La Belle Otero (a two Michelin-star establishment) in Cannes on the French Riviera, after which he was the head chef at Au Gré des Saisons on the outskirts of Paris. In Israel, Rosh worked with oenologist André Suadin at Special Reserve. Guy Avital, one of the restaurant’s owners and previously on the team of Recital, in Haifa’s Danya neighbourhood, launched Hanamal 24 to create the perfect dining experience.
The restaurant combines gourmet food, rustic Italian design, and an atmosphere of abundance. “Our idea was to position ourselves at the peak of fine dining in Haifa and the north”. Hanamal 24 offers a menu influenced by French cuisine, with touches of Italian and Mediterranean influence. Architect Nathan Feibish designed the restaurant using inspiration from Tuscan piazzas. Feibish imported all the design items straight from that captivating region of Italy – cowshed floors, taps from ancient castles, and window-frames from old cottages - and transformed them all into a warm, inviting, and authentic place.
The restaurant, which has several types of spaces, creates a different experience for diners in each room. With the central piazza, the “room for two”, a lounge, wine cellar, and the conference rooms – the restaurant is suitable for every event and any time of day, from a romantic evening dinner, business meetings, and more.