The setting, a charming stone house with both indoor and outdoor seating, lends great atmosphere to this family-run kosher eatery. Taking in the view of Mt. Meron (the restaurant's name means "paradise"), the place is best known for its fish, especially its fillets of sea bass and sea bream. What they call calzones are actually dumplings stuffed with salty Tzfat cheese and served with a delicious salad of lettuce, cranberries, and walnuts. Gan Eden serves no meat or chicken.
Mt. Canaan Promenade, 33 HaGedud Hashlishi St., Tzfat, 1310003, Israel
Jan 25, 2011
Wonderful restaurant with beautiful views of the mountains. Excellent salads and fish dishes as well as pasta. I ordered Sweet Potato Ravioli with Curry and raisins, very unique and special. Deserts were nice as well.