Resraurant at the beach: St. Peter's Fish
Three types of fish were primarily sought by fishermen in antiquity in these waters. Sardines likely were the "two small fish" that the boy brought to the feeding of the 5000. Sardines and bread was the staple product of the locals. Barbels are so known because of the barbs at the corners of their mouths. The third type is called musht but is more popularly known today as "St. Peter's Fish." This fish has a long dorsal fin which looks like a comb and can be up to 1.5 feet long and 3.3 lbs in weight.
You can watch my 1 min 21 sec HD Video Israel Restaurant at the Kinneret Lake out of my Youtube channel.
Our Camp Site: Coffee on the Lake
Okay, okay, so I know that this is not a proper restaurant tip, but it was the best coffee for kilometers around. So if you see us on the shore, just stop in and take a chance on our coffee, I guarantee you will not go away unsatisfied...
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