I like the ice-cream they serve, especially sorbet [fruits]. You feel real fruits.
Cost is only 6 Shekels for 2 balls.
The best (and probably most expensive...) restaurant in Israel. Located in an old stone house with a beautiful court and serving French food with an Israeli touch.
Favorite Dish: Everything!
See travelogue for more details.
thanks Martin for the name, I had forgotten completely, jejejeje
We were taken for a pleasant luncheon to the restaurant in the Seven Arches Hotel on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.
Favorite Dish: In Jerusalem, along the outer wall, I had the best Falafals that I've ever eaten. Well, I hope so, it IS the national dish!! I just haven't found any that compare since.
Yummy icecream and fruits in one of the restaurants behind the main busstation in Jerusalem! They also make nice cheese, ham and mushroom omelets and tunasandwhiches!
the cheaperis buy in the mussulman district in the old city. The Majane Yehuda is a cheaper too. The set in the Falafel street are very trusty.
The very best restaurant we experienced was located just outside Bethlehem. We had some fantastic barbequed meat. Our advise is 'try it'.