Reviews on European food in Hadera, Haifa District, Israel. Hadera (Hebrew: חֲדֵרָה, Arabic: الخضيرة al-Ḫuḍayrah ) is a city located in the Haifa District of Israel, in the northern Sharon region, approximately 45 kilometers (28 miles) from the major cities of Tel Aviv and Haifa. The city is located along 7 km (5 mi) of the Israeli Mediterranean Coastal Plain. The city's population includes a high proportion of immigrants arriving since 1990, notably from Ethiopia and the former Soviet Union. In 2016 it had a population of 91,707.
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4 based on 192 reviews
Although the outdoor seating area is rustic, the food that comes out of the kitchen is top notch. Salads portions are generous, creative (contain ingredients you rarely see in Tel Aviv (Belgian endive for example) and delicious. The bread and cakes are superb. Clearly there is a very good chef running the show...Definitely worth any detour to get here...great food and service too.
4 based on 46 reviews
The tables in that restaurant are pushed too close together and the food is just average. The service, though, was excellent. There are far better italian restaurants in the area in this price range.
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4 based on 70 reviews
Place : nice , clean ,good tasted decorated, soft and pleasent background music.Service: very good and welcoming.Food: We tested several dishes , there were excellent, well made.Big verity of fresh pastas, souces and addons.Also some very interesting fish dishes and starters.Price: pasta dishes are great value for money.Fish dish may be bit high but taste decently worth it.We are keep coming back to this restaurant over and over.Thank you very much for your kind review! We were really pleased to read you enjoyed your time here and will be happy to see you again!
4 based on 74 reviews
Actually, more than one excellent surprise. Food was excellent, fresh and tasety' and she size was just right. Superb service, probably the best we ever got, and the price very fair and reasonable. Restaurants on the main road do not have a very good reputation, but this one is a rel gem!
4 based on 156 reviews
Very nice design with nice golf court view.The staff members are very friendly and professional.The food is delicious .Very recomended
4 based on 114 reviews
Very fresh, very tasty, good portions, not too expensive, very good service!Place was very quiet, the waiters were very kind, hospitable and friendly. Fish was fresh, surved with lots of fresh vegetables and interesting and unic flavors. I would definitely recommend to come here even if you are not around... needless to say if you are.Compliments to the chef.
4 based on 27 reviews
A friend with whom I breakfast once a fortnight, wound up at Ella Patisserie, enjoyed it ("a really good breakfast at a very reasonable price") and suggested that we go there. And so, one sunny morning. . . . The restaurant is easy to find, only if you know where it is exactly. Had my friend not mentioned at the last minute that it is in a petrol station, I would still be looking for it. First, it is a very small place from the outside. Perhaps more important, there is no sign (at least I didn't see one) announcing its presence. The inside isn't all that roomy either: perhaps 10 or 12 tables. However, we had a reservation, and despite there being a party of 9 taking up more than half of the available space, our reservation was honored.The menu gives a selection of breakfasts, the first item on the list is an Israeli breakfast including a buffet. From the description in the menu (and possibly previously on the internet) I was led to believe that the buffet was a magnificent selection of breads, pastries and salads. However, in fact there were something like 4 or 5 salads, two cakes, a yogurt with toppings and some breads. No cheeses and no fruits. While my friend praised the salads, I found them quite average. I was in fact a bit turned off by the fact that while each diner was allowed to slice his bread from a loaf, no napkin or towel was provided to hold the bread while it was being sliced, and so as I ate my bread I was thinking of all the fingerprints of strangers that I was consuming.The breakfast/brunch also includes a choice of scrambled eggs or omelet as well as juice and coffee.. I chose the omelet, which eventually arrived (cold) and when I bit into it, it was dripping with oil.The service was unquestionably well-intentioned. But it was disjointed and completely unprofessional. The price was not out of line for what we received.The restaurant is open from 07:30- 20:00 and so it also serves meals other than breakfast. It is certainly not worth going out of your way to visit.
4 based on 24 reviews
This little jewel of a kosher dairy restaurant and coffeeshop is nestled in an historic old building and the sweetest garden area in Hadera. Great dairy food, great service and the peace and quiet of a lovely street. I have enjoyed breakfasts and dinners here. Couples, families and groups of guests (including bar/bat mitzvah parties) frequent this place. On Thursday nights make sure to make a reservation. It's worth visiting from anywhere in Israel!
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