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My spouse and I visited Magdalena during our trip to Tiberias on Saturday. The restaurant is located in a gas station complex, but once you enter the restaurant, you forget about the location right away. The service was superb, the waiters were professional. The food...More
The venue looks unpromising from street-side but the chefs and waiters totally deliver the goods. Great and knowledgeable service, pleasing decor and some memorable dishes.
The cauliflower starter is one we won’t forget! Such clever and subtle flavour hints with a wonderful mango and mild...More
A very sophisticated menu. Really great flavor combinations.
We had a number of seafood items that were lovely. A light white fish for dinner that was sautéed and the flavor was superb.
They also have a good and extensive wine list.
I would definitely go...More
Treated ourselves to this Arab restaurant while on vacation in Israel. Delicious vegetarian fare. Fries cauliflower isn’t so much fried as it is sautéed; and it was divine. Wine list is heavily Israeli and Delicious. Excellent service (rare in Israel). Would return.
The food was imaginative but indifferent in flavour.
The service was good.
The atmosphere was pleasant.
The prices charged were ridiculously high for the quality of food offered.
Value of money? Very poor!
If you're in the Galilee and happen to be in the Midgal area, make sure Magdalena is on your list. This restaurant is classy, open and inviting with excellent food. Our group stopped here for lunch and once again, the meal started with salads, hummus...More
The place is very beautiful with a lot of windows. The staff is nice. The food was more beautiful than tasty, but was good. The starters were better than the lamb we order for main course. The ravioli in labne souce is very good! If...More
We dined on a selection of starters (6 in all), none of which were overtly gluten containing even if some were accompanied by bread. Main course dishes were fish or meat and if they had gluten containing side dishes, don't... More
We dined on a selection of starters (6 in all), none of which were overtly gluten containing even if some were accompanied by bread. Main course dishes were fish or meat and if they had gluten containing side dishes, don't eat them, or ask for a gluten free alternative (eg rice, salad etc).
If you have coeliac disease then you would have to check that all the ingredients (eg soy sauce ) are gluten free (unlikely). I know of no restaurants that are gluten free suitable for coeliac sufferers though some will have gluten free bread and/or pasta etc. Unless you go to a pizza/pasta joint there will always be dishes that would suit gluten "avoiders", a categorisation I expect that applies to you