If you can't read the restaurant's sign in Hebrew, just follow the tantalizing aroma up the steps of this wooden building on the town square. Dona Rosa's grandsons, Uri and Doron, import meat and special charcoal from Argentina and roast the food in the true Argentinean style. The bar is decorated with a drawing of a hefty cow that illustrates each cut of meat. Highlights include grilled pork spareribs; seafood simmered with fragrant yellow rice; and assado, delicious,
chunky ribs (available only on Saturday). There's beer and Chilean and Argentinean wine, too, and live music on Friday nights.
Near the village square, Ein Hod, 30890, Israel