Eilat and the Negev Restaurants


  • 23 Smilansky St. Map It
  • Old City
  • European

Published 05/04/2017

Fodor's Review

On a tree-lined stretch with old-fashioned streetlights, this is the perfect place for a laid-back meal. Located in a renovated Ottoman-era building in Beersheva's Old City, the rustic restaurant and tapas bar has high ceilings, arabesque tilework, an inner courtyard for alfresco dining, and an atmospheric balcony. Candles flicker from boxes on the walls, and padded chairs and beautifully set tables give the place a serene elegance. There's a separate dining room for families with kids, as well as a bar area. The chef and owner, Yariv Eitani, apprenticed in Provence before returning to his hometown. His creatively prepared tapas-style dishes don't disappoint: wild mushroom risotto, sirloin carpaccio, and seared fresh fish are among the standouts.

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23 Smilansky St., Beersheva, Southern District, 84100, Israel

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Published 05/04/2017


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