Ima means “mama” in Hebrew. Done up with pink bricks, rainbow mosaics and light wood (benches, a communal table…), the cult and vegetarian recipes of their mentors Ottolenghi are displayed on the bar: Bulgur, snow peas, cucumber, tomatoes and feta; eggplant, pomegranate seeds, saffron yogurt and baby spinach…prepared by the chef Victoria Werle. In the morning, the numerous morning options are served: gluten-free millet granola with walnuts, dates and spices; tapioca porridge spiced with cinnamon and cardamom; ricotta pancakes with date syrup…
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