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All reviews chestnut soup smoked trout steak ribs sea bream shrimp tagine salad excellent food white tablecloths great view world class meat and fish beautiful restaurant great dinner cream sauce food and wine
Reminding us of the sort of family run restaurant to be found in a rural location off a main road in France The food was very good and we enjoyed the service. Mid-evening, owner/chef Moshe, came around the tables and introduced himself and made us...More
We arrived in Rosh Pina late on a Friday in July and were referred to this restaurant as the only place we could get a table. After four days in Jerusalem, we were a little spoiled, but we found this restaurant to be mediocre and...More
Cold disinterested reception. 10 minutes until menu presented. Ordered the 220 gram fillet and the lamb chops. House bread was doughy. Three lamb chops served with tasteless potato puree. Each chop was of different size and wellness. One well done one medium one medium rare....More
High cuisine restaurant in Rosh Pina in the north of Israel. Specializes in smoked meats/fish but all their other dishes are delicious as well. Unlike a lot of other expensive restaurants in Israel, the service is excellent, the staff know their stuff. Beautifully located in...More
Three of us visited on a hot June evening and sat inside. As we were the only people there they adjusted the air conditioning to suit us.
Delightful young waiters who spoke good English and had a pleasant manner.
We started with a mixed green...More
went there for dinner. special atmosphere inside the house, but no view inside the restaurant where we were seated. the food was ok only, very strong tastes. very pricy for the average food.
there are better options in rosh pina..
This is an old fashioned restaurant, in a pleasant space. The decor hasn't been made "slick", the menu is standard. But, the service is attentive and the Shulamit served me the best entrecote that I've eaten in years, cooked to perfection.
We stayed in a hotel whose restaurant was closed, so we reserved a table at Auberge Shulamit. We found the restaurant attractively decorated with spotlessly white tablecloths on each table.
The chestnut soup was superb and the steaks which followed were cooked to perfection. our...More
Four of us had dinner at Auberge Shulamit as we were in Rosh Pina on a Friday night, and not many restaurants were open. Two of us ordered the sea bream “tagine,” which had no Moroccan flavors at all. Perhaps it got that name because...More