In 1919, Moshe Landwer opened a small cafe in the center of Berlin. Eventually, the coffee made its way up and became the first roasting house in Israel. Eight decades later Landwer – the cafe, which now has 20 branches throughout the country and opens a long tradition of roasting and coffee lovers. The place is designed, alive and breathing in the original spirit of the veteran coffee company, in a modern Israeli packaging.
Along with the advanced production of coffee that goes before it, Landwer Cafe also realizes the many social possibilities embodied in the cafe concept. The philosophy of food is based on the supreme values of freshness and quality, and the belief that good food requires investment and love. All the dishes served at Landwer are prepared from raw materials that are cut and ready from the time the customer orders. The Landorian food is a Mediterranean Italian, which is updated every season and draws inspiration from the classic places, considered the most contemporary in the world. It can be enjoyed at any hour of the day and according to desire, a morning carrot, a hot and satisfying meal or a night snack along with good beer. About the creation of dishes from the early days of the chain, chef Shahar Barnea, specializing in Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, and the touch of his hand can be felt in every dish. The station is the first branch of the Jerusalem cafe chain. The branch was designed in contrast to the other branches of the chain, inspired by places in Manhattan, London and St. Petersburg and includes elements that have not yet been seen in Israel,http://www.landwercafe.co.il