You reach Abu Yakov's by climbing the stone seats of Ein Hod's amphitheater, or through nearby Café Ein Hod. There are a few seats inside, but most people prefer outside in the blue plastic chairs beneath a ragged plastic tarp. It feels a bit makeshift, but the fresh food counts for everything. Dine on what locals often call "Oriental" (meaning Middle Eastern) food: hummus, fluffy pita bread, chopped vegetable salad, and grilled meat on skewers. Call ahead for oven-roasted lamb.
Near village square, Ein Hod, 3089000, Israel