Discover the best restaurant in Galilee, Israel including Hatahana, Tishreen, Decks Restaurant, Auberge Shulamit Restuarant, Alreda, Little Tiberias, Restaurant Muscat, Avi's Restaurant, HaAri 8, Pina Barosh - Shiri Bistro
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4.5 based on 215 reviews
We were traveling in the area with the family and got recommendation about this place in Metula. the place looks like a ranch, theme very authentic. service was very good, though we didn't make Reservations and place was full, they did their best to accommodate us. Food was incredible tasty, very good steaks, side dishes and even first course was impressively amazing. It is very well recommended.
4.5 based on 614 reviews
Tishreen located at the heart of Annunciation city Nazareth close to the old market . Tishreen opened at October month witch means Tishreen in arabic . The resturant based on fusion style of cuisine that mixes authentic and modern food from different kitchens around the world . <br>In authentic you can find special meals like ( kofta - muhammar - arrosa and more) and modern food as ( pizza - pasta - carpaccio - cordon blue... )<br>unforgetting the kids special meals. <br>Many options for vegans and Vegetarians . full bar service and a wide wine menu . folekloric warm welcoming deccoraitions .<br>We are interested to know your own experience in Tishreen so always waiting for your review at tripadvisor.
4 based on 542 reviews
We had dinner there. In winter it works together with pagoda restaurant, you can choose from both menus. I asked beforehand if they offered vegetarian dishes, and I was told that they would be able to prepare something. When we got there, we were told that the only choice is a salad. Only after we asked, we were offered the second menu and my partner was able to get some vegetarian noodles. I had the steak and the meals were quite good. It's a bit pricey though.
4.5 based on 339 reviews
The restaurant’s rich menu offers a range of delicacies, specializing in home-smoked meat and fish, exclusive first courses including the famous chestnut soup served in the winter, and, of course, classic main courses such as fresh veal fillet steak, fresh and aged entrecote, exclusive seafood dishes, and inspiring Deserts to give the gourmet diner an unforgettable sensory experience<br><br>The restaurant has a closed, glassed-in balcony overlooking the Hula Valley and Mount Hermon with Seating for 50, and an indoor dining room with an additional 40 places.
Went to travel to north of Israel, found the place in TripAdvisor with good reviews! Disappointing experience... I ordered chestnut ravioli in rose sauce, my husband ordered medallion steak! Steak was ok 200g of meat but for sure wasn't worth 41$/150 shekels :( and I got ravioli in creamy sauce but I ordered in rose sauce when I told waiter about it he replied:"but creamy sauce is better"! I didn't ask you which sauce is better lol
4.5 based on 311 reviews
Nazareth dishes with a Mediterranean , Morrocan , Persian , Italian , French , and Indian twists !! And what a twist it was. It is our opinion that the food served here combined with the ambiance of a 200 years old restored mansion and the friendliness of the owner leaves all the other restaurants in Nazereth or Israel for that matter far, far in its wake!!
Firstly, if you're shawarma-ed and falafel-ed out yet want real Arabic cuisine then come here. If not, go grab and drink just to imbibe the ambience and exquisite interior detailing. You're transported back 100 years, all the details here throw you into a space and place in time you've never been before but know you should have! We ate the baby salad, lamb mince thin crust pizza and okra with feta dish...all were terrific.
4.5 based on 512 reviews
Little Tiberias is a quality chef-restaurant with a menu featuring gourmet French Mediterranean cuisine. The restaurant is located inside a building that forms part of the ancient city wall of Tiberias and that dates back to Roman times. Its special setting, as well as the beautifully planned interior, grant Little Tiberias an exclusive European atmosphere, like a little French Riviera on the shore of the Sea of Galilee.The restaurant is family-owned, and was opened by Rafi, the head of the family and the founder. The whole family are culinary specialists, with generations of acquired knowledge. They are headed by the restaurant's chef, David Oudiz, whose kitchen produces excellent original dishes - starters, appetizers, soups and pastas, and succulent main dishes of fish, meat and seafood. Try our entrecote beef steak (300 g), beef Stroganoff (250 g fillet of beef), shrimp martini (with a sauce of cream, garlic and basil, topped with Parmesan) and a whole range of fine dishes. Our menu features a selection of desserts and many quality wines. As befits a beautifully designed, romantic restaurant in a tourist destination, the clientele of Little Tiberias is very varied - guests are of all ages, foreign and Israeli tourists, couples, and regular clients from the city and the surrounding region who enjoy their dining experience and come back again and again. The atmosphere is relaxed, with a blend of harmonious background music - classical jazz, romantic music, and popular hits. In the 1980s, the building housed a famous pub that was a major leisure attraction in Tiberias and for residents of the region. Later, an Italian restaurant was opened, but in recent years the site was renovated and improved. Some dishes on the menu (like our renowned steak with pepper and cream), remain as before, with all the tradition and know-how that the family accumulated. The restaurant, designed by architect Gadi Shamir, has two wings: the old, authentic wing, with beautiful wood elements of old telephone poles carved in classic style, with wooden wine racks, and a mural painted by the famous Tiberias-born artist - Amos Yaskil. The beautiful new wing is larger, and now offers a bar that's perfect for drinking wine and spirits, and for dining too. You can also sit on the spacious balcony, with its windows offering impressive views. We are happy to cater private events in a separate room.
This was my second visit to the restaurant, and it was better than the first - if that could be possible. I had the garden salad and my partner had the Mediterranean salad. Both were very large and fresh. We then each selected the Beef...MoreThank you so much it was a pleasure
4 based on 165 reviews
My extended family and I were guests at the restaurant for dinner.
This is a chef's restaurant, not kosher, which is located at Mizpe Hayamim Hotel.
When we arrived at the restaurant, the table was waiting for us.
The waiters welcomed us with a smile and led us to the table.
We tasted several appetizers that were served to the center of the table.
We really enjoyed the beetroot and soft cheese terrine, the fresh root vegetable salad and mushroom risotto.
The main courses were also delicious and I could recommend the fish fillet and the organic duck.
The dishes are not very large, but satisfying and served in an aesthetic and impressive way.
4.5 based on 606 reviews
As we always do when arriving in a new city, we conjured TripAdvisor for some top Israeli restaurants to try. At the top of the list for good reasons, Avi"s.
The Hummus was paired with a series if condiments that just kept coming. Alvi treated us like family and we can't wait to go back.
4.5 based on 285 reviews
Used TA to pick this restaurant for dinner. Located in a hotel of the same name.. Very pleasant ambiance and attentive service. English menu available for the nicely varied selections. We shared chicken livers & onions, & chicken schnitzel both with sides, vanilla ice cream. Recommend. Hope this helps.
4 based on 572 reviews
‘Shiri Bistro’ (a.k.a Pina BaRosh)is a French rural chef restaurant in the old restoration site of Rosh Pina, Israel. The menu is plentiful and combines principles from the French cuisine with local ingredients and flavors. More than 20 years ago, Chef Shiri Friedman was one of a few young 'pioneers' that took off overseas to learn the art of novel cuisine. She studied French gourmet for three years with chef Bernard Loiseau at the La Cote d'Or. At The restaurant you can choose between a spacious outdoor covered Terrace, overlooking the breathtaking view of the Hula Valley and Golan Heights and Mount Hermon, or the internal intimate balcony which also used as a private room for intimate private events to 30 guests, or enjoy our Wine Bar that specializes in local Israeli wines from the Golan Heights and the Galilee.
This was not our first time at this place. We chose it due to good memories from the past.unfortunately we were very disappointed . The dishes were very mediocre. The place itself was quite cold.having only one heating place is not enough. The restaurant is...MoreHello Vered, First of all, I'm very sorry that this was your experience. I would aprriciate it if you would find the time to contact me and explain what exactly was the problem, in order to learn and improve. Best regards, Omer Noy 050-7973019
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