Over the shabby doorway, a crooked sign announces that the fish is "fresh every day." That's all you need to know about this bare-bones, old-time favorite seafood restaurant. Take a seat at one of the six tables, each covered with rough white paper, and you'll be treated to lots of what Israelis call salatim, or little dishes of roasted eggplant, fish roe, and homemade hummus. There's no menu in English, and no need for one, as only three dishes are offered: shrimp,
seafood, and deep-fried fish. There's no dessert, just jangling-strong espresso.
26 A.L. Zissu St., Haifa, 35352, Israel