Cozy, rustic, world class place. Friendly locals. They told us this was their favorite place to eat. Great place for families too. Price is reasonable. I want to go back and eat here again! Lovely lovely experience.
Favorite Dish: Appetizer of pita bread with all sorts of dips, salads, olives etc. Fish was heavenly!
Okay... so I've been told that this place is a real good one and worth a visit... we traveled there one night (1.5 hour drive from TA !!!) just to have some good dinner... When we arrived there and i saw it from the outside i though Oh boy is that the place ? But then i knew that my friends knows to aprecciate good food and restaurants so i said okay... lets go and see...
It turned out to be one of the good meat restaurants that i have ever visited ! and probably the best Arab restaurant in Israel.
Its owned by an Christian Arab guy for many years now and the atmosphere there is really lovely.... some nice arab music (which made me fly back in time to the great nights in Sinay).
For start they have planty of salads...most of them are not the usual salads that we get in those kinds of restaurants or in any other kind.
Simple and amazing salads, i could have just eatten those all the time we've been there but i heard so much about the meat that that at some point i had to stop and leave some room for the meat...
Their best and famous meat is the kebabs, shishliks, and lamb chops all made infront of your eyes... amazing to see how they chop the meat only that is a kind of art.. And those were absolutelly great.... nothing as i expected... just simply great !
The only thing i thought to my self was when we were on the way back home is when am i going to dine there again...
Open daily 12:00 - 24:00
Favorite Dish: all the green salads and the lamb chops !
This is one of the bests, if not the best, Arab restaurants in Israel. If you come to Nazareth, call ahead and reserve a table as the restaurant is always packed with people. The service is quite slow, but the food makes up for it.
Favorite Dish: The Kebab is made in front of your eyes. The lamb meet and the spices are chopped and mixed right in front of you. Try the "Alepo Kebab", the kebab is put into a bowl with tomato sauce which is then wrapped with pita bread and put into the oven. When you get it, you break the pita into the sauce and eat it with the kebab.
With the closure of Zaituna, Nazareth was left with very little in the way of decent restaurants and almost none other than the salads and grilled meats variety.
Diana's Grill is probably the best (and certainly most popular) of these restaurants, helped undoubtedly by rhe fact that it is on the High St.