This four star modern, comfortable restaurant has a nice dining room on the inside and covered terrace outside. They offer an elaborate buffet and some perfectly stationed tables.
Opened in 2000, the hotel was constructed around the ancient olive tree that gave shade to the pilgrims' caravans before they entered the sacred city. It's a stupendous establishment to eat or stay in.
Jerusalem is a city that expands far beyond its walls. This restaurant is located outside of the historic center and is a fantastic example of kitchen history that's away from the hustle and bustle of Jerusalem. All the dishes are meant to be shared, following the recommendations of the staff and some of the Israeli friends who accompanied us, but with a letter as wide ... the truth is that we had a lot of options to choose from and it was all delicious.
If you spend a few days in Jerusalem, a city with little welcome for visitors is in Emek Refa'im (Main Street from neighborhood during German Ottoman period). There are cafes, restaurants and shops that are missing in the city center. Its origin is the German colony that settled there in the 19th century. The people liked to identify themselves with the spirit Templar (military and elite) and its iconography. The cemetery of the Temple friends, and some other remnants of the era are well-preserved, even though the are not in use. During British rule, many of its houses were occupied by wealthy Arabs, from where they were expelled in 1948. You can eat at number 35 (קפה, Caffit). A little lower on the street (number 64) there is an old and comfortable café. There is wifi in most establishments.