Rooftop’s head-turning cuisine

The Mamilla Hotel’s culinary hot spot offers adventurous choices, delicious stand-bys and, of course, the view.

The Rooftop restaurant of the Mamilla Hotel was the first establishment I reviewed for The Jerusalem Post two years ago, so I was a little nervous about returning for another review in case it didn’t live up to my previous visit. Fortunately, the meal was delicious and enjoyable, and it was a pleasure to review their new menu.

While there are some dishes on the menu that remain the same, chef Cobi Bachar has introduced many new dishes that are more adventurous and unique.

Click here for the full review of Rooftop in The Jerusalem Post.

Bone Marrow Credit: Dan Peretz

 

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