The restaurant is situated on the same level as the luxury hotel that hosts it. The rich, colonial style setting features wood partitions and comfortable arm chairs. Wine lovers will be delighted with the varied, well thought out selection of Israeli wines with all the wine regions represented. The selection of wines by the glass is out of the ordinary and generously served. We advise the “canard en couverture”, a very successful version of the street food consisting of extremely tender shredded duck served in pita with a vibrant salad of coriander and powerful garlic. The organic chicken with pumpkin cream is tasty, and perfectly cooked probably under vacuum. The rib steak cooked over a wood fire is simply presented, cooked as requested and served with excellent crispy potatoes, nearly creamy inside. Don’t miss the floating island: a creative, lovely, tasty dessert. The poached egg whites melt in your mouth, the crème anglaise is delicious and slightly lemony with a pleasant hint of tartness, and the matcha tea leaf gives it a slightly bitter herbal aroma which completes this marvelous dish. Better well known, the Valrhona chocolate fondant stands out thanks to the wonderful chai tea ice cream which makes an excellent substitute for vanilla ice cream. Quality ingredients, a breathtaking view, and an exceptional atmosphere all make for a really enjoyable evening.