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 dine on spiked iced tea and roast beef or lamb focaccia. The brasserie-style menu includes beef carpaccio served with creamed apples and balsamic vinegar, and tortellini with goose confit and foie gras accompanied by vegetable cream. The extensive wine list features 20 local boutique labels. If you're on a budget, opt for a hamburger at the bar. The atmosphere is lovely and the view is unbeatable, so reservations are a must in summer.