Pots of geraniums and rosemary and lavender bushes grace the entrance of this charming, eclectic eatery. The original settlers peer out sternly from photos on the vanilla-colored walls. A wood stove in the middle keeps the restored 19th-century space cozy. The gourmet chef's lemon-cured salmon with cucumber dressing merits mention, as does the goat-cheese souffle and the roasted eggplant with tomatoes and mint leaves. Each makes a fine introduction to main courses such
as seafood pasta in white wine and wild herbs and lemony chicken breast with capers. For dessert, try the phyllo leaves filled with crème anglaise and seasonal fresh fruit.
41 Hameyasdim St., Zichron Ya'akov, 30900, Israel