Upper Galilee and the Golan Restaurants

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Aluma Bistro

  • $$$$
  • Israeli

The town of Maalot-Tarshisha is home to Jewish, Christian, and Muslim families, and they rub elbows at Aluma Bistro. Decorated with artifacts...

Auberge Shulamit

  • $$$$
  • Contemporary

This charming inn takes its name from the original Hotel Shulamit, where the 1948 Armistice Treaty was signed. The home-smoked meats...

Babayit Shel Rafa

  • $$$$
  • Argentine

The sizzling steaks of his native Argentina figure prominently on Rafa's menu. The best starters are the pickled tongue and the meat...

Cowboys' Restaurant

  • $$$$
  • Steakhouse

This is the best corral this side of the Israel-Syria disengagement zone. Saddle-shaped stools at the bar and cattle hides on the walls...

Dag al Hadan

  • $$$$
  • Seafood

This forested area beside the gurgling Dan River draws enthusiastic crowds, especially on the weekends. This was the first restaurant...

Erez Komarovsky

  • $$$$
  • Israeli

Chef Erez Komarovsky’s cooking workshops are held in his home in Matat, which is surrounded by gardens of fresh herbs and vegertables.

HaTachana

  • $$$$
  • Steakhouse

This ranch-style restaurant, whose name means "The Mill," uses only the best beef from local cattle for its T-bones. The kitchen also...

Meat-balim

  • $$$$
  • Steakhouse

Go easy on the appetizers here, as you'll want to save room for this sleek, modern kosher eatery's savory meat dishes. Those in the know...

Moshbutz

  • $$$$
  • Steakhouse

The local spirit at play in this restaurant's name—a combination of moshav and kibbutz, two types of Israeli agricultural communities—also...

The Witch's Cauldron and the Milkman

  • $$$$
  • Eclectic

Located in Nimrod, a short drive from Majdal Shams, this whimsical restaurant is decorated with smiling witch dolls and boasts a magnificent...

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