Very few restaurants can compete with the spectacular view: perched on the edge of a cliff, overlooking the vast Ramon Crater (maktesh). It is not often that you can view the world as it appeared over 2000 years ago. But you can do so from the terrace of the Tsukim Restaurant.
The main reason for going there is the view, although the food is good, but nothing spectacular. The interior is quite modest, but also with a beautiful view through the large glass windows. But the place to be is on the terrace outside, where at times you can watch the ibex walk by and breathe in the desert wind.