To kick off the summer season, Veranda, the legendary in-house restaurant of The David Citadel in Jerusalem, announces its grand reopening with an all-new meat-concept restaurant that is Kosher by Rav Rubin. Located on the grandiose open-air terrace of The David Citadel with unobstructed views of the Old City of Jerusalem, Veranda is led by the hotel’s executive Chef Kfir Mysnikov and is set to become a must-visit destination for all meat enthusiasts.

With a delectable array of innovative and fresh dishes, the menu includes a selection of quality cuts that are soaked, slow-cooked, smoked, and broiled, such as the Asado Beef, cooked in the restaurant’s smokehouse for 12 hours, or Lamb Shoulder, soaked in citrus brine for 48 hours before smoking in apple tree charcoal for another 12 hours. The menu also includes fish and vegetarian options. Veranda also specializes in large, sharing platters that can appease the palate of the most discerning diners, whether a group of friends or a family night out.