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Authentic Arabic Galilee cuisine. Professional service combined with classic dishes from that cuisine make a great meal. Recommended to try salads, seasonal dishes and the lamb ribs are divine . This pleasure does not come cheap!!
A wonderful restaurant. The best one in Nazerath.
Salads are an amazing combination of taste and look, the green leafs with local tastes.
The meat and fish plates are great
Very good service and hospitality
Listen up, it is one of these places that keep a high standard for years.
ALL the dishes are home made and with the touch of this great chef.
Salads and first dishes were extremely fresh and tasty. We took ribeyes, kebabs, lamb that were...More
somewhat away from churches is this non assuming place that has very good food. made special requests that were graciously accepted. the dishes were delicious. I saw someone made comments about bathroom. it was clean in our visit so no worries.
I planned to write a review for Diana at the end of that feast but had to stop eating being so excited to share this review with you.
If you're in Nazareth and you're hungry, read this first. Diana is the place for an outstanding...More
We ordered salad, it came with good pita, good tahini, we order houmous as well, very good, then we ordered the mix grill with 4 small kefta and 2 veal côtelette ( 30 euros , expensive for this place ) the restaurant is not fancy...More
Went for a family lunch, since we know and love Diana from past visits.
But this time it was a bit different,
seems like there is no stability in the level of the dishes, some were not that good, while others were so delicious.
We stopped here for lunch on the recommendation of a local. It did not disappoint. They have a meat locker in the back and prepare everything fresh. There's no meat grinder for the lamb kebab, their signature dish. The guy rough chops it w a...More
We experienced the Diana this year for a celebration for the staff and supervisors for our archaeological dig party. As a group of nearly thirty, the staff prepared an array of Middle Eastern dishes, with enough of a mix that no one was able to...More