This appeared to be the only decent restaurant that was open on Friday night of Succot in Nahariya, and since we didn't feel like driving anywhere we tried it. The meal was excellent and tasty and was not too expensive. WE paid 250 shekel for the two of us, with a shared starter, an amazing salad with fried cheese pieces,pomegranate and apple and a lovely dressing,followed by 2 fish dishes and a drink each.We thoroughly enjoyed our meal there and the waiters were attentive without being annoying (unlike the night before where we ate on the promenade, and the waiters asked us if everything was ok about every 10 minutes!)
Favorite Dish: Trout on a bed of green wheat (I have no idea what this is but it was delicious)
Our friends in Nahariya took us to La Crepe Jacob, mentioning it as a place they had wanted to try, so we enjoyed it with them. Not a "fancy" place, just a tiny "hole in the wall" with 6 tables inside and a few outside. What made it nice was the good food and the personal service of the owner-manager-chef.
Favorite Dish: We enjoyed a Fondue Savoyarde (cheeses) with a Fondue Chocolat (chocolate) for desert, both were excellent. Next visit we will try the crepes.
A small place that looks like its several rooms were each "attached" at a different time, it has three small rooms decorated in "neo-Bolero" style, with the compulsory bolos, chaps, musical instruments and "cowboyeee" look.
Favorite Dish: We had a simple steak and baked potato, which were both excellent, which in addition to the unlimited lemonade, empanada, salad and desert (the desert, which was not so good, I will not mention), was filling and satisfying. The girls also told me that the homemade bread was fine.
If you want to enjoy a really good shoarma, visit this place. You can get it in a pitta, or in a plate. It always goes with lots of salads.