From sundown on Friday to sunset on Saturday, Fifth District by King Solomon will observe the Jewish Shabbat. Also known as the Sabbath or Shabbos, the word literally translates to “rest.”

For thousands of years, Jews have used this period as their day of rest and celebration, enjoying sumptuous meals with family and friends. In our modern times, it is also an opportunity to unplug from technology such as mobile phones and to disconnect for a brief time from the chaotic world in which we live.

Some of the best known Shabbat customs include the blessing over a special cup of wine and the breaking of the traditional “challah” bread.

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Fifth District by King Solomon is usually open on Shabbat for luxurious prix fixe Friday night dinners and Saturday lunches. Reservations and advance payments are required as they cannot be made at the restaurant on Shabbat.

Once your Shabbat booking is confirmed you will receive a link to pre-order your menu selections, please read this carefully as options will not be able to be changed on the night.

Please contact the restaurant directly if you would like to make a Friday night or Shabbat lunch booking that includes children.

Booking procedure:

  • Please provide us with your details: name, e-mail, contact number, number of persons, date and time of your reservation
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  • You will receive an email confirming your booking
  • Please note that discretionary service and additional items consumed on the day will be automatically charged to your card after Shabbat.