Fodor's Expert Review Last Refuge

$$$$ Eilat Seafood

Locals hold this fish and seafood restaurant (known in Hebrew as Hamiflat Ha'acharon) in high regard and take their guests from "up north" here as a real treat. The dining room, with dark paneling and nautical motifs like ships' wheels, spills out onto a spacious balcony where diners eat beside the water, looking at Jordan across the way. Presented with a flourish are fish or crab soups, freshly caught charcoal-grilled Red Sea fish, and creamed seafood served in a seashell. A specialty here is stir-fried sea crabs, prepared with a bit of spice in olive oil and garlic. Weekends tend to be extra busy, so it's smart to reserve several days ahead (and to ask for balcony seating).

Seafood Casual Lunch Dinner $$$$

Quick Facts

Rte. 90
88000, Israel


Known For:
  • Fish dishes
  • Knockout scenery
  • Stir-fried sea crabs
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Reservations essential

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