Ein Gedi Restaurant: Plain but substantial food
This restaurant is directly off the parking lot in Ein Gedi. We had a set lunch here for 45 Israeli Shekels, which comprised main course, bread, salad and a drink. It's a buffet and you can choose what you like as you go along the hot counter. I chose a turkey dish which was quite tasty and some potatoes because Irish people can never pass by a potato.
The food here won't ever get any Michelin stars but it's adequate , filling and reasonably priced
Favorite Dish: The salad bar was good here with a large variety of leaf based, rice and vegetable salads. The couscous was tasty.
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Mcdonalds: If you miss fast food near the dead sea
If you miss the taste of fast food you can always go to the mall on En Boqeq (called petra mall) and enjoy Mcdonalds.
Favorite Dish: I dont like Mcdonalds but they dont have a variety of choices so i guess you can eat their hamburger.
En gedi Inn - Pundak En gedi: En gedi Inn - Pundak En gedi
The En gedi Inn is a nice restaurant with air conditioning on the road for families or groups.
When we came it was passover (a jewish holiday) so we didnt came to eat here and brought our own kosher food.
You can't find restaurants...
You can't find restaurants here. You can only eat at your hostel/hotel/kibbutz/guesthouse. In hostels you don't have much choice by the way. There is a buffet with some things, but usually you have got to eat what the cook has made that day...
En Gedi Fastfood: Fastfood
Heres a kind of "kibbutz food". Its cheap and looks good.
We didnt actually have any of it but just replenished our stocks of beer and chips as well as ahava creams and mud masks
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