Amirim (Hebrew: אֲמִירִים, lit. Treetops) is a moshav in northern Israel. Located 650 metres above sea level on a hill overlooking the Sea of Galilee, it was established by vegetarians. In 2016 it had a population of 795.
Things to do in Amirim
4.5 based on 126 reviews
We almost didn't try this place as we were looking mainly for a meal for our 4 and 8 year olds, as this place looked like a cafe (which it is basically). However we could have lentil soup, rich vegetable salad, pizza : all freshly prepared and tasting like mama's food. A house specialty chocolate desert was an extra treat for the little ones.
4 based on 29 reviews
We ordered the big dish for a family and even though it arrived quickly at our table it soon became evident why speed was of the essence. Slim toppings and almost non existent cheese on the pie. When I asked the owner/maker about the lack of cheese he said that all pizzas are made using the same recipe and quantities, something that truly means that I will avoid this place for as long as I can.
I might be a high class pizza eater, but having lived in New York City for over a decade, I know what good pizza should be like. And this De Leone pizza is not, simply put.
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
3.5 based on 65 reviews
sweet patato ravioli with mushroom cream sauce were ok, shakshuka was cooked too much, blintzes were completely burnt. the service was uninspired, more interested in her smartphone than the guests. we onky got one blintzes instead of two as ordered, and the ordered water never made it to our table.
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 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.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Family Owned Bakery and cafe. Serves breakfasts and light meals - salads, Quiches, Soup etc. Also arts and Crafts Gallery and small Health food shop.Joy and Ariel, a mother and son team, bake wonderful wholemeal breads, pita bread and cakes and make Jam, cheese, hummus and other delicacies. We also serve coffee, so people can buy freshly baked goods and sit in our lovely garden for a cup of tea or coffee and a light meal.On Thursdays it's Pizza night! A wholemeal pizza in an open oven.
Not easy to find. It was recomended to us. While on a morning walk, one can smell the baking and the fresh bread smell. We had breakfast. It was delicious, it seems like jams are homemade. Foccacia and breads are super delicious. Family business very friendly down ro earth stress free. One thing don't sit close to the garden wall, a huge number of cats will annoy you. Sit on the deck or close to the house wall. I recommend big time.
4.5 based on 126 reviews
The restaurant is placed on a horse ranch in the middle of the forest with an amazing view towards the Hula Valley,Golan Heights and Mt. Hermon. Went there to wrap up a lovely holiday weekend with my wife. We had been there before and had fond memories of the steaks and atmosphere. Both are still excellent. The delicious mushroom in cream ,and hunters soup which was with beef and beans as well as the draft beer in glass boots were much appreciated surprises. Will return.
4.5 based on 68 reviews
Tree of Life provides bountiful vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free meals, and our delicious entrees and salads can be modified according to your specifications. We have a full juice and smoothie bar, and serve both gluten-free and whole grain desserts. There's something for everyone at Tree of Life! All major credit cards are accepted.
Warmly welcomed and given a choice whether to eat inside or outdoors ~ opted for al fresco in a comfy, old world setting. The menu is nicely varied including Soup, Asian stir fry, Pizza, Portobello Mushroom Quiche, Salads... Had a FANTASTIC selection ~ Veggie Burger ~ homemade vegetables, seeds, grains and legumes with a choice of pesto sauce and hummus or mustard and ketchup. Had the pesto and hummus...dish comes with a side salad. I savored every bite of the burger! My husband had the Quesadilla ~ whole wheat or gluten-free corn tortilla, stuffed with vegan cheese, black beans,veggies and gently browned. This too, comes with a side salad. Portions were generous. Service was friendly, swift and attentive.
4 based on 52 reviews
Kosher, diary. Magnificent view over the Galil Mountains
My Mother, Sister and I had breakfast at this dairy resturant. We shared a couples breakfast between the three of us and it was more than enough. The waitress was very friendly and pleasant. The food was excellent, the bread was warm and fresh and they even had home made jam that I ended buying a jar to take home. I came back for Lunch two days later and had a pizza which was delicious. The atmosphere was great and the view spectacular on a clear day. Highly recommended.
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