On the roof of the luxurious Mamilla Hotel, you’ll find breathtaking views of the Old City and an extensive bistro menu with dishes straight from the ‘tabun’ (clay oven). Expect dishes like fresh handmade pastas, grouper shawarma, and a multitude of vegetables made from the best produce of the season.
Whether it’s your parents, siblings, or friends coming to visit Israel, no one can hide from that inevitable need to be the hostess with the mostest or the best tour guide in town. You’ve already scouted out the best things to do in Israel to give them the full tourist experience, including Israeli art galleries, museums, landmarks in Jewish history, archaeological sites and more. Now it’s time for some food for thought...literally. Here are some prime restaurants in Israel to take out-of-towners for the complete Israel experience.