This hotel and Restaurant are fairly close to our hotel, making the walk both ways reasonable. We ate here twice in our week visit. The restaurant is both on the roof terrace where a fire pit can be lit making it feel like a camp site and the inside which is an elegant restaurant. The menu is quite varied and we really enjoyed our meals there. Service was excellent, especially since the food is prepared on a lower level and is brought up to the dining room. On our first visit we shared a cauliflower soup which was nicely seasoned, mostly pureed but with visible bits of the vegetable also. Vern had the saffron chicken dinner and I chose the pottery kebab with lamb. My first pottery dinner. I liken it to a mini tagine. This restaurant covers with aluminum foil. All the food was terrific. The all glass wall provides great views over town while memorable music is played. On our second visit Vern had the lamb chops and I chose the lamb shank. As I picked it up the meat fell away to the plate. Most excellent. We had a rice pudding dessert as well and loved it. Prompt and friendly service also.