Fresh trout and a glass of wine, in a shady copse by the gurgling Dan River—it's as good as it sounds, which is why Dag al Hadan draws crowds on weekends. This was the first restaurant in the region to specialize in the fish the Dan yields in abundance; you can see the trout ponds in a small installation on the grounds. The same management also runs a café next door serving light, tasty vegetarian fare. The restaurant, opposite Kibbutz Hagoshrim, is tucked away behind
the main road, but it's large and well signposted.
Beit Hillel, off Rte. 99, Kiryat Shmona, 1225500, Israel