Fodor's Expert Review Moshbutz
The local spirit at play in this restaurant's name—a combination of moshav and kibbutz, two types of Israeli agricultural communities—also shapes the menu at Moshbutz. This eatery's farm-fresh philosophy is integral, as the chef sources all of the ingredients from Golan Heights. The abundant wine and beer menu offer a chance to taste options from the surrounding vineyards and microbreweries. Choose the rump carpaccio and liver pâté for starters, but save room for the aged beef and lamb. Sit in the nicely converted cow shed and enjoy a glass of Muscat dessert wine or port from a nearby vineyard while the enjoying a spectacular sunset over the Sea of Galilee.
Nof Kinneret St.
Northern District 1294800, Israel