Situated in an old Arab house with high ceilings and many arches this restaurant is at the crossroads of Italy and the Middle East. The restaurant's ... More
Situated in an old Arab house with high ceilings and many arches this restaurant is at the crossroads of Italy and the Middle East. The restaurant's main speciality is its pasta sauces. With over 54 varieties, everyone will be satisfied with endless options. Try the butter cream sauce mixed with salmon and spinach or pesto, fettechini, or tomato assortments. In addition to pasta there are seafood choices and meat options. The baby shrimp with sliced almonds, garlic with pastas in a cream sauce is delicious. Desserts and a wide selection of wines, and mixed drinks are available. Average meal price: NIS 40.
We went to the Spaghettim in Be'er Sheva, Wow! I got a great sweet pepper alfredo style sauce on spaghetti, it was phenomenal! The flavor was fantastic! We had a bottle of the spaghettim red wine, a beautiful mix of cabernets and merlot, had a great buttery taste, also had the goat cheese appetizer, very good, tried the risotto appetizer, very very good! A friend had the sweet potato gnocci with a butter sauce, very good flavor, also the sweet potato soup was excellent. Luckily for desert between a couple of us, we were able to sample the chocolate souffle, phenomenal, the hazelnut cake, fantastic and the apple tartar, very good. Altogether a great experience, they had some menus in English too, which is always nice when traveling. The price was awesome, we spent for 10 adults to eat, with Goldstar beer (Yum) and the wine, deserts and all it came out to 1000sheckels, which for 10 adults is great! Hope you make it to this place, it is excellent! The only reason I marked down the ambience, is there was a little cat ripping into a fresh caught bird within vision of the seats we were in, and instead of the waiter running out and trying to scare it off, they just sat and giggled at the cat, but having been a cat owner, this didn't gross me out, so it was still fun!
I thought this place was okay. The food is corprate just like the restaurant. The ambiance is without taste and large yellow neon sign outside, gives away the unclassy nature of the in-and-out quick suto-fine dinning establishment. Leaves you wanting more. The table wine, however, is very good. I have been here more than once and have had the same experience each time. The prices aren't bad, a one course meal for two with wine will run around 200 sheks. The portions are also huge. I recommend trying the goat chese appitizers they are wonderful
This long established and popular restaurant is favoured by Israelis and tourists alike for its consistent high standards, cheerful ambience
and most of all, for the giant Focaccias. Baked in the outdoor, stone oven, the piping hot half metre ...
Set away from the bustle of the city on top of Mount Scopus, the hotel which is integrated into the
mountainside offers a breathtaking panorama of the new and Old City and beyond into the Judean Hills. The public ...
Hotel Seven Arches Jerusalem Is Situated On Top Of Mount Olive Across From The Old City Of Jerusalem With The
Backdrop Of The Hills Of Bethlehem Surrounded By Large Green Gardens. Our Large Rooms With Some Of The Best ...