On the top of the Mamilla Hotel, this open-air restaurant lays claim to one of the best views of Jerusalem, and you can enjoy it from a cushioned chair as you sip spiked iced tea and dine on seared sea-bream or grilled lamb ribs with trumpet mushrooms. The extensive wine list features more than 20 local boutique labels. If you're on a budget, opt for the tasty grilled focaccia. During the Sabbath, the Rooftop serves a cold menu of salads and carpaccio. The atmosphere is
lovely and the view is unbeatable, so advance reservations are a must in summer.