We arrived in Tiberias on Friday evening and the town was shut down. It was eerie for those of us who were experiencing our first Sabbath in a Jewish town, with only an occasional car or pedestrian on the streets after sundown. On the Sabbath, there are only a handful of restaurants open (we saw only 2, the Scots hotel where we were staying and this restaurant).
As others have noted, the food is quite good, with good Israeli wines. There is no smoking in the restaurant (thank goodness) but smokers were congregating by the front door, so if you were seated in the area you would receive some second hand smoke every time the door opened and closed. Consider this when choosing a table. We sat at a table facing the street (more of an alley really) and this felt less claustrophobic than the interior.
The waitresses were helpful within the limits of their English language capability, but it all worked out. If you are going to be in Tiberias on the Sabbath you need to make a reservation because this place is very popular.
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