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!


During the Covid-19 pandemic, we have had to adjust our operations to make sure everyone is able to stay safe and healthy. We have continued to produce high quality Kosher food while maintaining safe social distancing protocol. We value the opportunity to continue to serve our community and appreciate the support we have received so far.

Sunday thru Friday we offer our Kosher-for-Covid menu as well as fresh, delicious, and healthy take-and-bake dinners available for pre-order.  We update our menu religiously so please check our Order Online page for all our lunch, dinner, bakery, and kosher meat options.  We understand that even during a pandemic, people need their kosher meals.


Benjamin Clark is the Director of Dining Services at UW-Hillel. Benjamin Clark came to Adamah Neighborhood Table after an exciting culinary start at Brasserie V and Forequarter.


In his work at Adamah, Benjamin enjoys working with his staff to provide a meaningful and cultural culinary experience for UW Hillel's students. 

In his free time, Benjamin enjoys hiking, trying new recipes at home, and quoting Seinfeld way too much.

True Garlynd is the Adamah General Manager. True is a Madison native, growing up near Yahara Park. He first started to cook at a young age as he would prepare his own lunches to take to school. After graduating from East High School in 2012, True’s passion for cooking grew. Landing a job in the sushi industry, True spent seven years learning about fish, rice, and Japanese cooking. 


After seven years, he decided that it was time for a change and took a part time job at Adamah Neighborhood Table while continuing to explore other types of cuisine. True moved to a full time staff member of Adamah in February of 2020. True has enjoyed learning more about Jewish cooking and the community that he is now a part of.


When True is not in the kitchen, he can be found playing Magic the Gathering, Pinball, Tabletop Gaming, Cribbage, Ultimate Frisbee, listening to music, or going to the Farmer’s Market.

Adamah Neighborhood Table • UW Hillel • 611 Langdon St., Madison, WI  53703 • 608-441-1574 ©2020 UW Hillel - Adamah Neighborhood Table • Website by Peri Coskey