Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Karmiel, Northern District, Israel. Karmiel (Hebrew: כַּרְמִיאֵל, lit. "God's vineyards") is a city in northern Israel. Established in 1964 as a development town, Karmiel is located in the Beit HaKerem Valley which divides upper and lower Galilee. The city is located south of the Acre-Safed road, 32 kilometres (20 miles) from Safed and 20 km (12 miles) from Ma'alot-Tarshiha and 20 km (12 mi) from Acre. In 2016 Karmiel had a population of 45,300.
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4 based on 39 reviews
Enjoy fine seafood and other great dtishes while taking in a spectacular view of the surrounding area. We have an excellent selection of draught beers at reasonable prices and frequent live music events.
It's the first time for my husband and I in this restaurant/bar. The waiter welcomed us very warmly and described the unique food made in the restaurant which specializes in seafood and fish. They offer homemade smoked salmon, mixed seafood and Salmon with special sauce, that the chef invented and the last thing was pork ribs served with vegetables and sweet sauce on it. Good value for price!
4 based on 47 reviews
On our way up to the Hermon for the weekend, we stopped at an enchanting brewpub, called the Galil Brewery, located on Kibbutz Moran, near Karmiel, surrounded by the scenic mountains of the Lower Galilee. Although it was 10:00 in the morning and the brewpub didnât officially open until 12:30 p.m., the owner graciously came over (he lives nearby on the kibbutz) and opened up to give us a tour of the brewpub. Perhaps he might not have if we werenât with Israelâs best-known English-language beer blogger. We viewed the cooking vats, sampled the beer selection, viewed the scenic mountains from their rustic outdoor patio, and last, but not least, each couple bought a 6-pack to help us âsufferâ through our weekend stay in Swiss-style chalets in the Hermon Mountain (see my review of the Rimonim Neve Ativ Hotel). The winning beer â by far â was their Belgian Triple. Even the wife enjoyed that one. The brewpub, in addition to where they actually make their beers is also a very cozy, friendly, inviting, and pretty pub/restaurant which ONLY serves Israeli boutique brewery beers. You donât like their beer, they offer a large selection of other Israeli craft beers. The owner claimed that by spreading the word, they are helping the market and thus helping themselves. We didnât get a chance to sample any of their food, but if the food is anything like their beer, this is a place I would like to return to in the future during their normal hours and enjoy everything they have to offer!
Well, why 3 of 5 when it's called a chef restaurant?We were 5 friends to a have a small meal and to discuss as we do once a week...We brought our bottle of wine...The dishes were quite tasty to all of us...but the big problem that everyone of us ate alone!? Cause the dishes didn't come together for all of us but came about 15 minutes between each dish...When we asked why the dishes aren't coming as expected, the nice waitress said that the family that came after us ordered main dishes so they received their dishes in advance!!?At the end as a compensation they gave us a reduction of 5%...Bufff...We sure won't come again...JB
4 based on 40 reviews
Since we remembered Rene in Rosh-Pina, we decided to try the Cafe in Karmiel. Ordered Mexican salad. 2/3 of capacity was of fried not-fresh tortillas. 1/3 of capacity was of a fresh basic salad with Feta cheese. Also ordered 'Fresh orange juice' as described in menu. The juice that we received was not fresh at all.Service was fine and on time. Prices are high - about 50-60 NS for a salad that usually contain basic ingredients. The overall feeling was like we're back to the 90's in Israel - Lots of vegetables with mayonnaise dressing aside. I would expect to have guacamole and salsa aside this Mexican salad. This was a very disappointing visit.
A European restaurant located on the Hatzbani River. A pleasant sitting outside, menu-breakfasts, business lunches, meats, fish, vegetarian and vegan friendly, children's dishes, business, witches and milkman.
Five kids loved their variety of kids dishes and so did the adults with the meat and salads selection. Service though was the real wonderful surprise - water were served within minutes of our arrival without even asking. An important gesture at 40 degrees... also when one of the dishes was not to our liking it was replaced no questions asked. Lastly they recommended superb desserts. We loved the decor of witches all around the restaurant and we will definately return on our next visit up north.
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