First Impressions: On the eastern shore of Lake Galilee, exactly on the opposite side from the town of Tiberias, sits Ein Gev and its local fish restaurant. From the outside, this restaurant looks like an oversized veranda with a cluster of outdoor tables around it.
PROS: Location... location... location is its best asset, offering magnificent waterfront views particularly from the patio. Although the food is average at best, at least the deep-fried (or grilled) St. Peter's Fish was tastier than average.
CONS: It appears that this place has become a regular lunch stop for the tour bus crowd since we counted at least a dozen or so tour buses parked around the place. So, during peak hours, the place is a veritable sea of humanity and the service is the first thing to suffer. No worries. Give it an hour or so, and the flood of tourists disappears as fast as it came.
Verdict: Worth a visit, if only to have a break from your daily hummus and falafel diet. But visit in between the peak tourist hours. A coin toss. Grade B.
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