Be prepared for taste-bud overload at this lovely restaurant surrounded by pecan trees. Inside the old building, part of a family estate, wood tables are set with fresh flowers, chairs are made from woven rope, and one wall displays the charming faces of the owners as children. Outside, market umbrellas shade the tables on the huge wood-plank terrace. When the kids are finished choosing from their own menu, they can frolic on the lawn. For grown-ups there's everything from lamb kebabs with tahini to sweet red peppers stuffed with tangy cheese and risotto to tuna steak marinated in ginger. Top off the meal with baked cheesecake and berry sorbet. The comprehensive list of Israeli wines gives you a chance to sample local vintages.