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    TCHELET: Restaurant at Bet Gabriel Cultural Center

    by machomikemd Written Sep 11, 2013
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    Bet Gabriel Cultural Center has a fine dining Restaurant and Bar the faces the Southern Sea of Galillee where you can find Panoramic Views of the Sea of Galilee more so by dining al fresco outside. Tchelet Restaurant serves Italian and Middle Eastern and Israeli Cuisine . This Kosher restaurant serves an assortment of home made pasta, fish delicacies, fresh salads and desserts and the Iconic St. Peter Fish (Tilapia).

    Opens: Sunday to Friday: 11:00 am – 11:00 pm,
    Saturdays-Closed for Sabbath

    according to their website:

    Tchelet – a chef-restaurant that aims to offer quality food at fair prices. It is owned by two kibbutzniks with tremendous experience in the sphere: Peleg Bachor, from Kibbutz Hakuk, and a restaurant industry veteran; and Chef Ran Sagi, a scion of Kibbutz Afikim, who has established a great number of restaurants in Israel and abroad, including Nahalimin northern Israel, Rotenberg in Gesher, and several restaurants in Tel Aviv.



    Our menu at Tchelet targets a broad range of customers – with delicious appetizers, smoked meat and fish, fresh pasta, and succulent stir-fries, special salads and sandwiches – and all at affordable prices. We have special portions for children and - to end your meal with a taste of more – don't miss our memorable desserts that offer special options for people with celiac and sensitive to gluten, diabetes and people seeking an excellent parveh dessert.



    We are delighted to host your events and celebrations in a charming atmosphere – for up to 100 diners in the restaurant, and up to 200 on the patio floor. The restaurant is located at Bet Gabriel on the Sea of ​​Galilee and its beautiful patio affords wonderful vistas of the lake and the Golan Heights.

    Favorite Dish: we had what else but the traditional St. peter fish, grilled middle eastern boneless chicken, assorted mezze's and coffee and fresh dates for dessert. price of the set meal is NIS 65 (excluding drinks) drinks at NIS 10 to 15.

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    Snack Stand: Snack Stand at Yardenit Baptism Site

    by machomikemd Written Sep 10, 2013

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    Besides having a small souvenir area outside the main building at Yardenit, the have a snack stand cum small souvenir store beside the Jordan River Baptism Site that sells snack foods and refreshments to hungry and thirsty christian pilgrims in the Baptism Site. They have bottled water, assorted fresh juices, sports and electrolyte replenishment drinks, ice cream, shawarma, assorted sandwiches and even pizza and pasta dishes for the hungry tourists. Prices are a little higher than regular since this is a tourist site.

    opens: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: snack foods like shawarma, falafel, pasta, pizza, ice cream, smoothies, bottled water and more.

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    • Religious Travel
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