At the in-house eatery of the popular Cinematheque, coffee and other beverages satisfy film buffs. The superb view of Old City walls from the glassed-in patio makes this a destination for locals as well as tourists. (The fact that it's open Saturday is another plus.) The fare is light: fresh fish of the day, pizza, and salads. The chef's more inventive dishes have mixed success, but one winner is gnocchi with chestnuts and sautéed onions. Do try the unusual ice cream
made with tahini and halva.
Cinematheque, 11 Hebron Rd., Jerusalem, 93546, Israel