Discover Restaurants offering the best Israeli food in Yesod Hamaala, Northern District, Israel including Dubrovin Farm Restaurant, The Cakes, Brewhouse Agamon Market, Iskandar, Galliano, Auberge Shulamit Restuarant, Tanureen, Aluma Bakfar, HaAri 8, Pina Barosh - Shiri Bistro
4 based on 753 reviews
âShiri Bistroâ (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 Sh
Worth a visit if youâre in or near Rosh Pina for the tranquil setting and beautiful view. Three-star food + one additional star for the setting. We also got takeout one night, which was a bad idea since the food doesnât hold up without the view, the food wasnât packed well, and there were no utensils.Dear TravelDad,I'm glad you did enjoy at the evening that you did eat here and regarding the takeout, sorry that it did not work as well. We were short of utensils indeed and will make sure it won't happen again.All the best.
4 based on 357 reviews
I had a delicious lamb burger there. And everyone else in my party liked what they had. As others have said, the portions are generous and can be shared.
4 based on 12 reviews
We recently visited Aluma Bakfar restaurant during a two-day trip to the north of Israel.Most of our party of eight ordered various tapas, while two of us specifically ordered the meat platter for us to share.The dishes came out in various stages, and we soon realised this and asked the waiter for the meat platter to be brought out so that we would all eat together with the accompaniment of the 2003 vintage bottle of wine we had ordered and decanted.Time marched on, and the meat platter still hadn't arrived. We again asked for the meat platter to be brought out, and were told it was coming.This cycle continued, with two or three waiters having been asked by us, three or four times, to bring the meat platter. We were repeatedly told it was coming.It was apparent that the communication between staff was severely lacking.By the time the meat platter finally arrived, I was very agitated, having waited over 90 minutes. Meanwhile, the other six members of our party had already eaten their dishes.To add insult to injury, the steak was not well done as I had ordered it; it was very rare. What I got was not what I ordered, and apart from being disappointed, I was furious with the extremely bad service.Two or three members of our party expressed our displeasure and disappoinment to the waiters and manager. The manager's initial reaction was unapologetic, and he only offered a few free desserts. We were not impressed, and I had decided that we would not be leaving any tip at all, owing to the bad service and under-done steak.Later the manager returned, expressed his apologies and gave us a nice bottle of wine.While he redeemed himself on that occasion, I was extremely displeased with the service, and based on our particular experience that night, I would not recommend this restaurant or ever return there.
4 based on 41 reviews
We came unexpectedly to this restaurant from the Golan Height, after a long session of picking cherries. To make it more complex, we came with our dog.Nevertheless, we were warmly welcomed and the waiter also gave water to our dog.The service was remarkable and the food was very tasty. We left the restaurant, knowing that whenever we will be around, this restaurant would be the place to eat. I am truly sorry that I can not give a 4.5 starsHighly recommended.
4 based on 414 reviews
The restaurantâs 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, fres
Four of us had dinner at Auberge Shulamit as we were in Rosh Pina on a Friday night, and not many restaurants were open. Two of us ordered the sea bream âtagine,â which had no Moroccan flavors at all. Perhaps it got that name because the rice came out in a conical shape. The fish was just fine, but it was served in too heavy a cream sauce. My husband had the chestnut ravioli, and while the pasta was quite tasty, it came in too heavy an Alfredo sauce. We started with the traditional Israeli appetizer of âbread with dips,â which were quite disappointing. It was just 3 dips, and only the pesto was good. The fourth member of our party ordered a shrimp dish, which she said was quite dull. We all agreed that the best part of the meal were the cucumbers in the salad we shared. Despite the fact that the restaurant was not full, our waiter was not very attentive or efficient.
4 based on 49 reviews
It all started in Florence, Italy, Chef Guy Ben Simhon sat in a small wine bar with authentic dishes and red wine and decided it was time to bring Florence to the Galilee. Galliano is an Italian restaurant and a chef's kitchen.
Came here during a trip we took to the beautiful and interesting north of Israel region and enjoyed lunch very much, surprised by the delicious Italian food we received for a restaurant located in a small shopping center (focused on foods). We tried salads, pasta and pizza with a glass of white wine â everything was just great. The only problem we experienced is the service, very young staff little experience and not really focused on the customer (although trying their bestâ¦). In their defense, it was the busiest hour of Saturday lunch time. Thank you! Weâll come again.
4 based on 37 reviews
We picked this place for our team lunch since they are Kosher! The entrees were fresh and tasty including beet salad, humus, eggplant salad×ª pickles, eggplant with tahini, and Turkish bread, The main course we had rice, potatoes, kebab, grilled chick breast and hot sausages. We ended with great fig ice scream, coffee and tee. Good service and welcoming.
An excellent meat restaurant, where the chef knows his stuff, overlooking the Hula valley. Great ambience and service. Great Golan beer, Bazelet. Enjoy.
One of my favorite things about these obscure places is the anticipation of not knowing what you are going to find. I wasnât sure if had the right address but the moshav was fairly small and we followed numerous signs, weaving our way through a small residential neighborhood until we eventually found the oasis that is Beit Haâugot. Set in the lovely garden of a family home, I donât think any description I give will really do it justice.We were lucky that it was warm enough in late February to sit outside on the wooden decking, surrounded by various citrus trees. The back of the garden, which backs onto various fruit orchards, is lined with a number of cages filled with chickens, guinea fowl and various brightly colored budgies.My mother and I both ordered the quinoa salad which was served with finely chopped vegetables and garnished with seeds. My father opted to the shakshuka which he said was the best he has ever had and we all enjoyed the freshly baked wholegrain bread with tahina and home-made garlic butter. The cakes all looked amazing but we resisted but I had a lovely jam biscuit with my macchiato and I regret not buying some of the biscuits and cakes to take home with us.If the cafÃ© wasnât closing, we would happily have spent the afternoon relaxing in the sun in such tranquil surroundings. The owner was delightful and was so happy that we had stumbled on her cafe. The couple at the table next to us had come from Tiveria especially for lunch.I would highly recommend a visit to Beit Haâugot and it is even worth a special trip â next time I plan to order the full Israeli breakfast as it looks great.
4 based on 19 reviews
We visited there for lunch today and were quite surprised by the quantity and quality of the food. There was a lot and it tasted amazing. We had one of the cheaper options yet we were all very happy with it.It was fairly quiet as well (I suppose we're in the tourist down-time) so we had reasonable privacy and it was very quiet and relaxing. The service was friendly and prompt.Disappointingly, the tables and chairs were looked old and cheap which I was surprised to see because otherwise it's quite a classy restaurant. Make sure you arrive with an empty stomach otherwise food will go to waste!The food, not including drinks, cost us 400NIS for the 4 of us. If you're a small eater we'd suggest you order 1 of the meals to share between two people.
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