Justly known far and wide for its excellent fish and seafood, this Akko institution is housed in an old Turkish building. One room is furnished with sofas, copper dishes, and nargillas (water pipes). Everything on the menu is seasonal, and the fresh fish is steamed, baked, or grilled. Allow time to linger here—it's not your everyday fish fry. Two house specialties are gravlax and Thai-style fish; delicious seafood soup is another fixture. Or try the baby calamari
with kumquats and pink grapefruit or Creole shrimp with five spices. Uri Buri is near the lighthouse, on one edge of the parking lot.
On the promenade near the lighthouse, 11 Ha-haganah St., Akko, 24112, Israel