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The place is pretty famous. I think it was better in the 90s and early 2000s.
Yesterday it was a 3 out 5.
Out of the 8 dishes ordered, 2 were good. The rest were either ok or tasteless.
Service was excellent. Their staff is...More
We came here for our wedding anniversary. This is large romantic restaurant with a tremendous view from the slopes of Mt. Gilboa and we arrived for lunch.The waitress welcomed us with a complimentary glass of Lambrusso red wine which went well with the tasty sourdough...More
They made us wait for our reservation for 30 minutes, after we waited they told us they cannot give us our table so we have to sit elsewhere, and the supervisor(Noam) of the shift was rude and he didn’t mind his customers at all. I...More
The restaurant is beautifully situated and overlooking the Gilboa mountains. It’s located in the heart of the Jezreel Valley, near Kibbutz Ein Harod where we were staying.
There’s even a relatively new feature:« food truck « with music and drinks in the entrance every Thursday...More
We were visiting family nearby and decided to have lunch here. I called up and made a reservation. The place is lovely, warm and inviting. We ordered from the lunch special menu. We first were served freshly baked bread with olive oil and vinegar. We...More
We've seen reports from other TripAdvisor members, indicating poor food level issues, but this was the only open restaurant on Saturday in the area.
Unfortunately, those reports proved to be correct, and out of 16 meals that we've ordered, only one was good (some beef...More