Hands down, this is the finest gastronomic experience in Haifa. Tasteful renovations have transformed this old wheat-and-corn warehouse in Haifa's rather rundown port into an elegant Tuscan country inn. Climbing the stairs, you arrive at four rooms of various sizes and levels of privacy (one's the bar, with leather sofas) with original stone floors, brick walls, and lofty ceilings. Chef Ran Rosh offers starters such as cream of onion soup with truffle cream and bok choy
leaves and delectable entrées such as fillet of sea bass in a Tomme-cheese crust. Wash it down with a splash of the house wine, a blend made for Hanamal 24 by the Vitkin boutique winery.