The atmosphere is important when dining out, which is why our friends at Israel21c created a list of restaurants in Israel that have spectacular views. You can try delicious Israeli cuisine while also looking at some of Israel’s most iconic and amazing sites.
Check out their list of restaurants in the Jerusalem area below – or read the full list here.
The Quarter Café, a kosher dairy restaurant established high above the Jewish Quarter of the Old City in 1975, boasts a self-service buffet and a breathtaking view of iconic sites including the Western Wall and Dome of the Rock.
Café Landwer in Cinema City features large picture windows and a patio overlooking the Supreme Court and historic neighborhoods such as Nachlaot, Machane Yehuda, and Sha’arei Chesed. The kosher café offers vegetarian and vegan items and plentiful desserts and coffees.
Restaurants with a panorama over the Old City include Rooftop meat and fish restaurant atop the Mamilla Hotel; Garden Terrace, a tapas bar at the Waldorf Astoria; and Rooftop Cheese & Wine at the Notre Dame guesthouse.
Derech Hagefen (Grapevine Path) in Moshav Beit Zayit on the edge of the Jerusalem Forest, is surrounded by gardens and has a greenhouse-like seating area in which to enjoy the kosher Italian and French cuisine.