Adamah Definition: land, ground (as tilled, yielding sustenance)
Adamah Neighborhood Table offers contemporary kosher food in a quick service environment. Whether you have just a few minutes between classes, are visiting Madison on business, or are a community member, we have something just for you. We are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily (except on Shabbat). We offer a wide array of sandwiches, entree platters, pitas & wraps, smoothies, homemade bakery and made homemade soups.
Adamah Neighborhood Table is the ONLY kosher certified restaurant in Madison, Wisconsin and one of the only Kosher-meat restaurants in the state of Wisconsin!
Culinary Program Director at UW-Hillel. Benjamin Clark came to Adamah Neighborhood Table after an exciting culinary start at notable Madison local establishments Brasserie V and Forequarter.
In his work at Adamah, Benjamin enjoys working with his team to provide a thoughtful, meaningful, and cultural culinary experience for UW Hillel's students.
In his free time, Benjamin enjoys hiking, experimenting with clarified cocktails, trying new recipes, working on his motorcycle, and quoting Seinfeld way too much.
Gabriel “Gabo” Valle-Valencia
Chef de Cuisine at Adamah and Assistant Culinary Program Director for UW Hillel, Gabo oversees café operations, catering projects and menu development.
Gabo believes in providing an exceptional food and service experience to his customers. Gabo has prominently worked at fine dining and catering establishments in the Madison area.
Gabo is a graduate of Madison College's Culinary program and had the opportunity to travel out of U.S.A to learn different cultures and cuisines.
After hours you can find Gabo at parks, riding bikes, trying new foods, gaming, cooking at home for his family and pampering the family Schnauzers.