This is one of the oldest and most well known restaurants in Eilat. The unusual name describes its location, not far from the Egyptian Taba Border, and its history (the original restaurant was located in Sinai, and was moved to Eilat after Israel's evacuation of Sinai as part of the peace agreement with Egypt).
The restaurant's reputation is for its rich fish and seafood menu, although the menu also contains other dishes. The indoor area is decorated with fishermen's nets and other marine artifacts, and the outdoor area offers a view of the miniature marina which is home to the glass-bottom boats which take tourists through the coral reef reserve.
Our sea-bass fillet and our meagre were both very tasty. While waiting for our fish we were served toasted bread with an assortment of dips. The service was good and our waitress was quite knowledgeable about the menu.
I recommend coming here for the good seafood and for a change of atmosphere from the touristy promenade and the noisy central tourist area of Eilat, for a more relaxed and quiet evening.
This Restaurant was the worst I have seen since Guatemala...The food was very very bad...Low quality for high prices! The service wasn't much better than that of an English pub. The food presentation was like Burger King(Burger King is better). DO NOT EAT HERE!!!! For 20-35 dollars a plate I would rather not. Cheers..Marcos
Favorite Dish: Nothing....