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More worried about getting you in and getting you out. Fast! Food was edible. Fish was dry and the chicken they served was not much better than McDonald’s. And expensive for what you got. $22US each. And does not include drinks.
Here they pck them in & get them out fast, all 32 of us were in & out in 40 minutes. The choice was poor the fish was more bones than fish & all I got was four chips. The service was quick, not much...More
Great place to go to get delicious whole fish. They also serve breaded fish fillet for those who don’t want to deal with a fish head on. It is relatively crowded and tables are close so take a deep breath and be patient. Lots of...More
This obligatory lunch stop for pilgrims gives you a taste of eating fish along the shoreline of the Sea of Galilee - just as Jesus would have done. The fish is served, head and all, with sides of fries, salads and fresh pita. Since many...More
I wouldn't recommend this restaurant even though there is not a large choice in the area. The service is very poor and the atmosphere often crowded. The menu has a narrow range of possibilities and the quality of the food quite standard...
As others have noted, this place caters to touring pilgrims. We were there for the St. Peter’s Fish. It was good. But I would have preferred going back in the evening and ordering from the entire menu, which looked more interesting. Service is good.
Spent an enjoyable lunch time here eating the renowned St Peters Fish served in a very relaxed, but canteen style restaurant, mid way through our day around the west side of Gallilee. Good washrooms but slightly impersonal service.
This restaurant caters for a quick turn around of tourists and pilgrims by the coach load. The food was good but mass produced. The fish could have been a bit warmer. However the staff were friendly given the sheer numbers they were dealing with.
It is very clear by the number of coaches outside that they have some kind of agreement to stop there with the large groups of pilgrims, tourists. Food is average at the most, don't expect fine dining. It is a polished, large dinner if you...More