Fodor's Expert Review Druze Pita Stand
A few minutes' walk along the trail leading to the Banias Waterfall is the ancient flour mill and a stall where Druze villagers make their traditional pita bread (bigger and flatter than the commercial version). It's not only baked on the premises but also milled here. Pull up a rock, and for a few shekels you'll be served a large rolled-up pita with labaneh (yogurt cheese) and Turkish coffee.
Off Rte. 99
- Druze pita
- Labaneh (yogurt cheese)
- Turkish coffee